Jules Roulleau

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Leda and the swan by Jules Roulleau (Musée de Picardie)

Jules Roulleau (1855, Libourne - Paris, 1895) was a French sculptor. He produced a monumental sculpture of Joan of Arc at Chinon, Lazare Carnot at Nolay, Théodore de Banville in the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris and Nicolas Appert (1893) at the musée des Beaux-Arts de Châlons-en-Champagne.