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Louis-Philippe Hebert

(18501917 ) - Sculptures
HEBERT Louis-Philippe Dollard Des Ormeaux

Sotheby's /May 26, 2011
10,928.97 - 14,571.95
10,393.92

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Louis-Philippe Hebert - Coeur Qui Chante

Louis-Philippe Hebert - Coeur Qui Chante

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Lot number: 79
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LOUIS-PHILIPPE HÉBERT, R.C.A. COEUR QUI CHANTE bronze signed, titled, dated 1912 and stamped with the foundry mark “R. Hohwiller/Fondeur/Paris” on the base height 19 ins; 48.3 cms Provenance: Patrick Martin Wickham, Quebec (purchased directly from the artist) Private Collection, Ontario (by descent) Exhibited: Louis-Philippe Hébert, 1850-1917, Sculpteur National, Musée du Québec, 7 juin – 3 septembre, 2001 and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 12 octobre, 2001 - 6 janvier, 2002, 2001, cat.no.110. Note: Hébert was interested both in the depiction of Indian life pre-contact with Europeans as well as of those who interacted with European culture through, for example, trade. It is also interesting to note the contrast in his depiction of male and female subjects. Drouin notes: “Si l’’homme est souvent representé en chasseur ou en guerrier à l’’affut, la femme emprunte les traits d’’une séductrice ou d’’une abandonnée, comme... Coeur qui Chante Insurance Executive Patrick Martin Wickham was an early patron of Louis-Philippe Hébert. He also served as Mayor of St. Lambert, Quebec for several terms at the turn of the century. A cordial relationship arose between Louis-Philippe Hébert and Wickham over the years, and the details of their business transactions were meticulously recorded by the artist and by the Wickham family. Wickham approached the artist with a special request that Hébert make small replicas of a number of works which graced the National Assembly Buildings in Quebec City, a request embraced by the artist. At least seven small statues were created, including Coeur qui Chante , with three to six copies of each, all cast at the renowned R. Hohwiller Foundry in Paris.
Louis-Philippe Hebert - Mlle De Verchères

Louis-Philippe Hebert - Mlle De Verchères

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Lot number: 48
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Lot Description Louis-Philippe Hébert (1850-1917) Mlle de Verchères marked on the base ‘P. HÉBERT / Mlle de Verchères’’’’ bronze 19 ½in. (49.5cm.) high Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report View Lot Notes >
Louis-Philippe Hebert - �vang�line

Louis-Philippe Hebert - �vang�line

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Lot number: 101
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Louis-Philippe Hebert RCA 1850 - 1917 Canadian �vang�line bronze sculpture signed P. Hebert et Henri Hebert, titled and inscribed "Roman Bronze Works N.Y." 12 x 4 1/4 x 4 3/8 in 30.5 x 10.8 x 11.1cm Provenance: Private Estate, Quebec City Please note: this work is a posthumous cast from the original Roman Bronze Works mould.
Louis-Philippe Hebert - Dollard Des Ormeaux

Louis-Philippe Hebert - Dollard Des Ormeaux

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Lot number: 61
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LOT 61 LOUIS-PHILIPPE HÉBERT 1850 - 1917 DOLLARD DES ORMEAUX 1910 signed P. Hebert, titled DOLLARD DES ORMEAUX and dated 1910 onthe base bronze 15,000—20,000 CAD measurements measurements 91.4 by 48.3 by 36.8 cm. alternate measurements 36 by 19 by 14½ in. signed P. Hebert, titled DOLLARD DES ORMEAUX and dated 1910 onthe base Leslie Hindman Auction, Chicago, May, 2009 Private Collection, Montreal Daniel Drouin (ed.), Louis-Philipe Hébert, Québec, 2001, p. 295and p. 296 for a related bronze and a drawing, reproduced Adam Dollard des Ormeaux (c. 1636-1660) emigrated from France toCanada in 1657. He was appointed the Commander of the garrison atVille-Marie (Montreal). In the Spring of 1660, he led a group ofsixteen young men up the Ottawa River to attack the Iroquois. Theywere outnumbered and all killed; they became Quebec heroes. Untilrecently, Quebecers celebrated Dollard Day on the same day as QueenVictoria Day is celebrated in the rest of Canada.
Louis-Philippe Hebert - Cartier

Louis-Philippe Hebert - Cartier

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Lot number: 236
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LOT 236 LOUIS-PHILIPPE HEBERT, R.C.A. CARTIER, gilt plaster bust, signed andtitled height 11 1/4"; 28.1 cm Auction Estimate: $1000 / $1500 Sir George-Etienne Cartier (1814-1873), a French-Canadianstatesman, entered politics in 1848, and, in 1867, was one of the36 original Fathers of Confederation.
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