Stone stele with on the main face of a bronze relief depicting the two brothers Frémine: charles - aristide. On the other side is bronze reliefs including a medallion portrait of Le Véel and a representation of one of his most famous works, the equestrian statue of Napoleon I of Cherbourg. At the top, a lyre, apples and paper sheets refer to the talent of the Frémines to sing of the beauties of Normandy, while the chisel, pair of compasses and hammer symbolize sculpting.
Charles and Aristide Frémine
Armand Le Véel
«ils ont aimé
et chante leur pays»
1821 - 1903
(portrait Frémine brothers) r. delandre | 1929
(portrait Le Véel) robert delandre 1929
(Napoleon statue) r. delandre - andro Fondeur. Paris.
- Robert Delandre (Elbeuf 1879 - Paris 1961),
Sources & Information
Location (N 49°28'10" - W 1°37'56")
Item Code: frbn149; Photograph: 9 August 2015
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