Great hall in the Louis XV style - watercolor (1907)
Madmoiselle Huquier (Girl with a Cat)
Jean-Baptiste Perronneau (Paris, c. 1715 – Amsterdam, 19 November 1783)
Johann Friedrich Eberlein (1695–1749)
Meissen Manufactory ca. 1745–55
Georges Jacob (1739–1814, master 1765)
Date: ca. 1770–80 Culture: French (Paris) Medium: Carved and gilded walnut, gold and blue lampas
Transizione dal Rococò al Neoclassico.
Ribband back chairs, from The Gentleman and Cabinet-maker’s Director by Thomas Chippendale, 1754
Pair of mounted vases, ca. 1750
These sky-blue vases of the Qianlong period were embellished in Paris and adapted to the European Rococo aesthetic. In this manner they could enhance a mediocre piece of porcelain or preserve a precious but damaged object.
Vasi orientali adattati al gusto Rococò.
Sarah Fermor (1750) by Ivan Vishnyakov
Sofa (Canapé à Confidents)
Jean-Jacques Pothier (master 1750, working until ca. 1780)
Date: ca. 1765 French Medium: Carved and gilded beechwood, upholstered with modern blue and silver silk lampas.