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Philippe Delaunoy

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The Belgian painter and sculptor Adrien Dupagne (1889 - 1980) claimed he made some sculptures for the TITANIC.

Can someone confirm this ?
Does it exist any evidence ?
Where can I find the information ?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Best regards,

Phil
 
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Philippe,

The only sculpture that I can think of was in the Lounge on the mantlepiece of the fireplace. I don't remember what it was called, but I'm sure you can find it in Robert Ballard's book.

Unless Adrien Dupagne was referring to the cherubs found at the various staircase landings.

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The Lounge was inspired by the French. In Louis XV style, it was modeled after the Palace of Versailles, and included a miniature statue of the famed "Artemis of Versailles".
 
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Here i found a photo from the "original statue" located at the Louvre/ Versailles
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Christof,

Thanks. I will see it looks like what Adrien Dupagne did

Best regards,

Phil
 
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