Paris Saint Paul Quarter By Charles Desco Eighteenth Century flag

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"Paris Saint Paul Quarter By Charles Desco Eighteenth Century"
PARIS: View of Saint Paul's Quarter and in particular of Saint Paul's Harbor, taken at the bottom of the parapet of the said quay. Engraving in color by Charles Descourtis after the painting of Demachy. On the right, the eastern end of Île Saint-Louis. In the background, the left bank and the Val de Grâce. Opposite Louviers Island, also known as the island of Javiaux, located between the current quai Henri-IV and boulevard Morland in the 4th arrondissement. The island was acquired by the city of Paris in 1700 and, in 1806, leased to wood merchants, allowing them to disembark and store beams, beams, punches, purlins, rafters, hourglasses and well other elements, This is visible on the engraving. Of a size comparable to the island Saint-Louis, it was connected to the right bank by the wooden bridge of Grammont, visible on the engraving, which crossed the arm of Grammont of the Seine. The filling of this arm in 1843 made the island disappear. 18th century H: 47 cm W: 63 cm
Price : 650 €
Artist : Charles Desco
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 15th, Transition
Condition : Parfait état

Material : Gravure
Width : 63
Height : 47

Reference : 397006
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