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Bassin de Flore
L'Île du Printemps
Deutsch: Flora, ruhend auf einem Blumenbeet (Anemonen, Rosen, Kornblumen und Sonnenwenden), umgeben von vier Putten mit Heckenrosen umgeben und verbunden mit Blumengirlanden. Vergoldete Blei Skulptur von Jean-Baptiste Tuby (1672-1679), Teil der Serie von vier Becken "die vier Jahreszeiten" in den Gärten von Versailles. Sicht aus der Achse der Allee Cérès-et-de-Flore.
English: Flora, resting on a flowerbed (Anemones, Roses, cornflowers and heliotropes), surrounded by four Putti crownen with dog roses and linked with flower garlands. Golden lead sculpture by Jean-Baptiste Tuby (1672–1679), part of the Four season bassins, in Versailles gardens.
Français: Flore, assise sur un lit de fleurs (anémones, roses, bleuets et héliotropes), entourée par quatre amours couronnés d'églantines et reliés par des guirlandes de fleurs. Sculptures en plomb doré par Jean-Baptiste Tuby (1672–1679), partie de la suite des bassins des Quatre Saisons.
Point de vue dans l'axe de l'allée de Cérès-et-de-Flore.
Date between 1672 and 1679
date QS:P571,+1672-00-00T00:00:00Z/8,P1319,+1672-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1326,+1679-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium sculpture on gilded lead
institution QS:P195,Q2946
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Camera location48° 48′ 29.39″ N, 2° 06′ 53.27″ E  Heading=294° Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo
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English: Flora fountain at the Park of Versailles (France), with the goddess sitting on a bed of flowers (anemones, roses, cornflowers and heliotropes), and four erotes crowned with wild roses and linked by garlands of flowers. Sculptures in gilded lead by Jean-Baptiste Tuby (1672–1679), part of the basin series after the Four Seasons. Seen from the alley of Flora and Ceres.


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