17th Century Mirror - Former Private Collection Georges Bemberg flag


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"17th Century Mirror - Former Private Collection Georges Bemberg"
Mirror of the seventeenth century. in a setting with par-closes rich brass decor repoussé foliage, foliage and flowers, highlighted with blackened wood moldings. 71 cm x 48,5 cm Provenance: Former collection of Georges BEMBERG. He adorned the mansion he lived in, rue du Dragon in Paris. Georges Bemberg was a scholar. He chose to heart stroke. He did not care about the history of objects, he trusted his eye. "After his death in 2011, the objects he had intended for his foundation joined him, while those who were his most intimate living environment are destined to be scattered, to reconnect with other collectors the silent dialogue of the delectation and the love of the beautiful ", explained the director of the Bemberg Foundation in Toulouse.with no direct heir, Georges Bemberg had, in fact, worried, since the end of the 1980s, of the future of He had the idea of a foundation, which he created ten years later in Toulouse in one of the most beautiful Renaissance buildings in the city, the Assézat hotel. 2012, this mirror belonged to a Parisian collector who had placed in his mansion.
Price : 4200 €
Period:17th century
Style:Louis 14th, Regency
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Miroirs au mercure et laiton
Width : 48,5 cm
Height : 71 cm

Reference : 441023
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17th Century Mirror - Former Private Collection Georges Bemberg
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