Mes Beaux-Arts

I do not own any of the following images unless specifically noted.

Martin Carlin; panels by the Manufacture nationale de Sèvres, painted by Charles Nicolas Dodin with reproductions of scenes by  Jean-Baptiste Pater, Nicolas Lancret, and Charels-André van Loo. Commode of madame du Barry with reproductions of Par une Tendre Chansonnette (left panel) and Conversation Galante (right panel) by Nicolas Lancret, L’Agréable Société (middle panel) by Jean-Baptiste Pater, and Comedy and Tragedy (side panels) by Charles-André van Loo. ca. 1772.
Oak base veneered with pearwood, rosewood and amaranth, soft-paste Sèvres porcelain, gilt bronze, and white marble.
Musée du Louvre. Paris, France.
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