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Place Louis XV In 1776 By Claude Hoin, Drawing From The 18th Century
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"Place Louis XV In 1776 By Claude Hoin, Drawing From The 18th Century"
Claude Jean-Baptiste HOIN (1750-1817) "Place Louis XV in Paris" Ink and "l'avis"of colors on paper, signed lower right. 15x19.8 cm A handwritten label on the back of the frame dates the work from 1776. In a gilded and patinated black wood frame with pearl rays from the beginning of the 19th century. Become Place de la Revolution then Place de la Concorde after the French Revolution, Place Louis XV presented an equestrian statue of the King (destroyed in 1793) flanked by the "fame of the King riding on Pegasus" and Mercury riding on Pegasus "by Antoine Coysevox formerly intended for the watering place of the Château de Marly Our drawing has the historical interest of showing these three groups seen from the Tuileries basin.
Price : 1800 €
Artist : Claude Jean-baptiste Hoin
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 16th, Directory
Condition : Bon état

Material : Papier
Width : 19,8 cm
Height : 15 cm

Reference : 695271
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