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Napoleone e Giuseppina

Brass detail of an Empire Mahogany Bureau Plat à Gradins.

The S and C-scrolls are another recurring trend during the Baroque era that is not only found in the architecture, but also the furniture usually along the base as the support. Description from culturemechanism.blogspot.ro. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Description: A Fine Venetian Century Baroque Style Gilt-Wood Carved Figural Console Side Table with a figure of a standing Putto among grape vines and leaves. Circa: Venice, Height: 39 inches cm) Width: 53 inches cm) Depth: 26 inches cm) Ref.

Marie Antoinette ...Found in San Mateo Antique Store in California 1999

Miniature Portrait of Marie Antoinette by Augustin Jean-Baptiste-Jacques

Joséphine, épouse de Napoléon

Napoleon and Josephine, The reception for Napoleón I, Isola Bella, in the Fifth years of his reign. Dipinto raffigurante Napoleone con la prima moglie Giuseppina di Beauharnais by Sconosciuto.

Close up of Empress Josephine in the Napoleon Coronation painting.

Le Sacre de Napoleon detail (Josephine Bonaparte) by Jacques-Louis David. I am not a fan of Napoleon, but I do love this image of Josephine.

Joséphine after François Pascal Simon Gérard (Châteaux de Malmaison et Bois-Préau, Malmaison France).

Joséphine de Beauharnais the first empress of France, wife of Napoleon.

Perfil de María Antonieta tallado en madera en Versalles

VERSAILLES - detail from the CLOSET of LOUIS XVI, gilded medallion with the face of Marie-Antoinette Under the direction of architect Richard Mique, boiseries/ woodwork sculptors: Jean-Siméon and Jean-Hugues Rousseau (via Réunion des musées nationaux)

The Worship of Cupid ca. 1775–90 After Jean Baptiste Huet I (French) Probably woven at Aubusson Manufacture (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

a-l-ancien-regime: “ The Worship of Cupid ca. After Jean Baptiste Huet I (French) Probably woven at Aubusson Manufacture (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art) ”

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