FREMIET, ACCORDING TO.
"The Great Condé, on horseback".
Subject in bronze with dark patina on terrace marked " E. Fremiet". Numbered 61.
38 x 17 x Ht 50 cm.
The original was exhibited at the Salon des Beaux-Arts in 1881.
Louis II de Bourbon-Condé (1621-1686), known as the Great Condé, first designated by the title of
duke of Enghien is a prince of the French blood, cousin of Louis XIV, and one of the best generals of the
of the Grand Siècle.