Chinoiseries Jeunes musiciens et jeux denfants entourés de rinceaux 8 works by Jean BaptistePillement
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Plan and Design of the Facade of a Chinese Pavilion Neyelov, Ilya Vasilyevich. Series of designs "Pavilion in Chinese Style" Pencil, pen, brush, Indian ink and watercolour. 48.3x34 cm Russia. 1770s Hermitage
The taste for designs and ornaments inspired by Chinese models started up in Europe in the XVIIth century, in England and the Netherlands first. These countries had indeed already established, at that time, strong and steady business relationships with the East. It came to France a little later and really became a trend in the beginning of the XVIIIth century. This fashion gave birth to the most charming things, whether it be painted furnitures, fabric designs, paintings, tapestries and the…
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FOUR OLD CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERIES Set of four, old Chinese silk embroideries; each finely detailed and depicting a different bird and floral scene, including cranes, ducks, parrots, sparrows, and pheasant; amid pine, peonies, plum blossoms, berries and magnolias; all in neutral gold and green color palette on black grounds; 43" x 17" (each approx.); each framed