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Decorative Art in the North Hall

Decorative Art in the North Hall

 

Two Fauteuils with Needlepoint Covers Showing Grotesque Compositions, covers 1675/1725, frames c. 1900. French. Purchased 1915.

 

François-Joseph Belanger, 1744–1818, Jean-François-Thérèse Chalgrin, 1739–1811, and Pierre Gouthière, 1732–1813. French. Blue Marble Side Table with Neoclassical Mounts, 1781. Purchased 1915. The Duchesse de Mazarin commissioned this extraordinary console table for the grand salon of her house on the Quai Malaquais in Paris.

 

Pair of Covered Chinese Porcelain Urns with French Gilt-Bronze Mounts, porcelain probably mid-18th century, mounts c. 1770. Purchased 1918.

 

  • photo of hallway with paintings, sculptures, windows, chairs, leading to door, circa 1927

    North Hall, 1927

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