The Stotesbury Art Collection

Garden Sculptures
by
Jules-Edouard Visseaux

At that time Rudier, Bouet and Visseaux were working full-time for Joe [Sir Joseph Duveen], creating the fine statues that today grace the gardens of the Huntington Museum at Pasadena, California, and the "Versailles fountains" at Whitemarsh, the Philadelphia home of the millionaire E. H. [sic] Stotesbury.

--Colin Simpson, in The Partnership, the Secret Association of Bernard Berenson and Joseph Duveen, published 1987 by the Bodley Head, London

Large fountain by Visseaux

Large garden fountain at Whitemarsh Hall made by Jules-Edouard Visseaux

Photo Source: Frances Loeb Library, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

Garden Statues and Fountains at Whitemarsh Hall

Fountain and garden statues at Whitemarsh Hall, the latter possibly made by Jules-Edouard Visseaux

Photo Source: Frances Loeb Library, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

Dimensions: N/A

Provenance: Jules-Edouard Visseaux, sculptor, Paris

Stotesbury Location(s): Whitemarsh Hall gardens

Sources:

Sculptures by Visseaux at the Huntington

Sculptures by Visseaux made at the same time for the Huntington Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California

Fountain and sculptures by Visseaux at the Huntington

Sculptures and fountain by Visseaux at the Huntington Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California

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