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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
 
Dec 7, 2000
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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.

Daniel.
 
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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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Philippe Delaunoy

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Christof,

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

Best regards,

Phil
 

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