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Milo Martin – Aurore

Renowned Lausanne sculptor Milo Martin left his mark in French-speaking Switzerland between the wars with his naiads, ephebes and messengers from the gods, portrayed in fluid and clear lines. Aurora, the Roman goddess, finds her place in this genre of revisited classicism. Sculpted from a single 70-tonne block, this work illustrates the characteristic style of the artist, who produced many other statues visible in Lausanne's public spaces.

L'œuvre dans le parcours

C24

Ignazio Bettua
Le Crapaud de Bourg et la Princesse, 2003, Sculpture

C25

Milo Martin
Aurore, 1957, Sculpture

C26

Etienne Krähenbühl
Passage, 1993, Sculpture

Plan de travail 1 copie 4
Location

Avenue du Théâtre 4
sud-est de la place Saint-François

1003 Lausanne