The Great Warrior of Montauban

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The Great Warrior of Montauban
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Artist Antoine Bourdelle
Year 1898-1900
Type Bronze
Dimensions 186.1 cm × 157.5 cm × 61.3 cm (​73 14 in × 62 in × ​24 18 in)

The Great Warrior of Montauban is a bronze sculpture by Antoine Bourdelle.[1]

It was commissioned in 1897, by the village of Montauban to commemorate the Franco-Prussian War.[2] It was modeled in 1898 to 1900, and cast in 1956.[3]

It is an edition of ten; number three is at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.[4] It appeared in LIFE magazine.[5]

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