Roubiliac

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Roubiliac

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Roubillac

n
(Biography) Louis-François (lwifrɑ̃swa). ?1695–1762, French sculptor: lived chiefly in England: his sculptures include the statue of Handel in Vauxhall Gardens (1737)
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And so our gentle perambulation of how the other half once lived began with a 1759 bust of Charles I on pedestal, by Louis Francois Roubillac, which came into the possession of the 3rd Marchioness of Hertford in the 18th century.
And while Handel had a good ear for music, artist Louis-Francois Roubillac thought he had ugly ears.