The bookend Liberty leading the people is inspired from a painting by Eugène Delacroix.
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Metal Laser Cut bookend.
The stunning bookend Liberty leading the people drawn inspiration from a painting by Eugène Delacroix presented in the gallery of the Louvre Museum.
The character wearing the Phrygian cap symbolizes the concept of Liberty during the revolution of 1830.
On the side of the bookend is presented an elevation of the Sully pavilion (Pavillon) with the pyramide of Le Louvre.
Bookends are supplied under the brand the Art of Bookend.
Design Jacques Lahitte© Tolonensis Creation
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