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Кабинеты. Мебель и комнаты.Часть 2.

Старинные кабинеты, секретеры, бюро. 15-19 век.


Кабинетом мы обычно называем комнату, и редко- мебель. Но этим словом первоначально называли именно шкаф для редкостей и ценных предметов, и на западе оно используется в двух значениях. Также там словом "desk" называют и письменный стол, и шкаф с полками и откидной крышкой для письма, который мы склонны называть скорее секретером.




Сначала кабинетом называли специальный шкаф с отделениями для драгоценностей и коллекций.
По мере роста интереса к редкостям и картинам собирались большие коллекции, для которых выделялись отдельные помещения. Некоторые картинки я уже показывала, но сейчас нашла в большом размере.


Engraving of Ferrante Imperato's cabinet of curiosities, from his Dell'Historia naturale (Naples, 1599)


Vincent, Levinus (1715) Wondertooneel der natuur [Tome 1]

Ole Worm's cabinet


Musei Wormiani Historia.

Illustration from the book, Wondertooneel der Nature - a Cabinet of Curiosities or Wunderkammern in Holland.

Date 1706-1715



Illustration from the book, Wondertooneel der Nature - a Cabinet of Curiosities or Wunderkammern in Holland.

Date 1706-1715



Illustration from the book, Wondertooneel der Nature - a Cabinet of Curiosities or Wunderkammern in Holland.

Date 1706-1715



Illustration from the book, Wondertooneel der Nature - a Cabinet of Curiosities or Wunderkammern in Holland.

Date 1706-1715

По мере роста коллекционирования, кабинеты редкостей превратились в кунсткамеры, а произведения искусства размещали уже в отдельных помещениях и галереях.



Kunstkammer
Eine frühneuzeitliche Kunst- und Wunderkammer (Maler, Titel, Datierung müssen noch nachgetragen werden)
Gallery: Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, Mannheim



Jan Bruegel d. Ä. (1568(1568)–1625(1625))
The Sense of Sight

Jan Bruegel d. Ä. (1568(1568)–1625(1625))
The Sense of Sight (detail)
Year 1618



Frans Francke
Galerie eines Sammlers
Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts
Technique Deutsch: Öl auf Holz


Frans Francke
francken frans 2 У торговца картинами



It's Cabinet of Curiosities 1822 self-portrait "The Artist in his Museum" appears at left (courtesy collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts



Такие кабинеты сохранились до нашего времени:


Cabinet of Curiosities of Bonnier de la Mosson
Housed at the Bibliotèque centrale du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris.







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REMPS, Domenico
Cabinet of Curiosities
1690s
Oil on canvas
Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence

HAINZ, Georg
Cabinets of Curiosities
1666
Oil on canvas, 115 x 93 cm
Kunsthalle, Hamburg


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Название "кабинет" сохранилось за шкафами для редкостей- эти старинные кабинеты 17 века я уже показывала:



Cabinet of curiosities
Year
c. 1630
Artist
Philipp Hainhofer
Technique
Various woods, bone, marble, copper, textile, ivory, gemstones, glass, silver, paper
http://www.rijksmuseum.nl/aria/aria_assets/BK-NM-7325?lang=en&context_space=aria_encyclopedia&context_id=00047039

Cabinet of curiosities
4th quarter 17th C.
Technique
Oak, cedar, olive, ebony, boxwood, patridge wood, bone, mirrors, gilded wood, gilded lead
It would have been used by the owner to store works of art and rare objects, and it forms a work of art in itself. The cupboard features olive veneer applied in geometric motifs to oak. The interior is surprisingly decorated with mirrors into which various scenes have been engraved. On the drawers are images of ships and on the outside of the doors are the goddess and god of love, Venus and Cupid. This example was probably made in the Northern Netherlands between 1675 and 1700.


MEKEREN, Jan van
Cabinet
1690-1710
Oak, veneered with various woods, 205 x 173 x 61 cm
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam




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AN UNUSUAL PAIR OF GRISSAILLE PAINTED SERPENTINE FRONTED CREDENZAS
Italian. Possibly Eighteenth Century.


AN IMPORTANT CORNER CABINET BY JOSEPHUS MOY
Franconian. Circa 1760.


Старинный необычный секретер, декорированный под "руины"
A UNIQUE METAMORPHIC SECRETAIRE А ABATTANT WITH CORK FACADE DECORATED AS A RUIN, POSSIBLY BY KARL MAY
German. Circa 1790.




AN EXQUISITE GILT BRONZE MOUNTED CABINET ON STAND SET WITH SEVENTEENTH CENTURY LIMOGES ENAMEL PLAQUES SIGNED BY PIERRE NOUAILER
English. Circa 1810.

A VERY RARE BOMBE CABINET TO A DESIGN BY THOMAS CHIPPENDALE
English. Circa 1755.



A FINE REGENCY ROSEWOOD 'WEDDING CAKE' REVOLVING CIRCULAR BOOKCASE
English. Circa 1810.

A MAGNIFICENT EBONY, BOULLE AND GILT-BRASS MOUNTED BREAKFRONT SIDE CABINET
English. First Quarter Of The Nineteenth Century.





A GILT-BRASS MOUNTED & INLAID FIGURED WALNUT DESK FOR THE SCHWERIN CASTLE MADE BY THE COURT CABINETMAKERS GEBRЬDER REINHOLDT
Schwerin. Circa 1855.


CABINET BY HOLLAND AND SONS, PROBABLY SUPPLIED TO THE PRINCE OF WALES FOR MARLBOROUGH HOUSE, LONDON
English. Circa 1865.

SECRETAIRE A ABATTANT DECORATED WITH MARQUETRY SCENES AFTER THE ENGRAVINGS OF ANDRE-JACOB ROUBO.
French. Circa 1775.

EGYPTIAN REVIVAL BOOKCASE BY SCOTT AND PASLEY OF DUBLIN
Irish. Circa 1830.

BOOKCASE
English. Circa 1760.


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CORNER CABINET BY PIERO FORNASETTI
Italian. Circa 1950.
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A Very Large and Impressive Italian 19th Century Finely Carved Walnut Figural Credenza Bibliothèque with three upper glass doors, three lower doors and three middle drawers all with fine carvings of bird shields, lion masks and acanthus, raised on six paw feet. Circa: Florence, 1860


Italian 19th Century Baroque Style Carved Walnut Figural Cabinet with Wroght Iron Decorations, Amber Glass, Carved Figures of Male Guards, Gargoyles and Flanked by a Pair of Corinthian Columns. Circa: Florence, 1880.
Note: This cabinet was used as a wine cellar.


Pair of French 19th Century Napoleon III Ebonized and Ormolu Mounted Single-Front-Door "Boulle" Style Side Cabinets with Marble top. Circa: 1870.



French Napoleon III Ebonized, Gilt-Bronze Mounted and Tortoiseshell Boulle Meuble d'Apui
with Fitted White Marble Top. Circa: 1870


French Napoleon III gilt bronze mounted and marquetry meuble d'appui à hauteur. Circa: Last quarter 19th century. Ref. A1103


Rare French 19th/20th Century Louis XVI Style Belle Époque Ormolu Mounted Satiné, Kingwood and Burlwood Two-Door Cabinet fitted with a Breccia Colorata marble top. Circa: Paris, 1900.



A Superb Quality French 19th Century Louis XV Style Ormolu Mounted Marquetry Two-Door Meuble D'Appui by Joseph-Emmanuel Zwiener.
The serpentine molded marble top over a conforming case fitted with two doors centered by a floral spray within gilt-bronze encardrements, raised on cabriole legs ending in cast-paw-feet. Circa: Paris, 1900


A French 19th Century Louis XV Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted and Tulipwood Parquetry Meuble d'Appui, the single front door centered with an allegorical ovoid Sevres porcelain plaque with figures of cherubs, above a single door and with veined white marble top. Circa: Paris, 1890.


A Superb Quality Palatial French Louis XVI Style Ormolu Mounted, Satinwood and Kingwood Parquetry and Vernis Martin Style Paneling Three-Door Raised Vitrine Cabinet by Paul Sormani. The Vernis Martin Panles signed "V.Gossen". The lower part of the cabinet with three frieze drawers supported by two square-sectioned tapered legs, fronting an ormolu mounted parquetry back panel, on toupie feet. Circa: 1880.





A Very Fine French 19th Century Napoleon III Period Tulipwood and Ormolu Mounted Single Front Door Meuble D'Apui with a Sevres Porcelain Plaque and Onyx Top. Circa: Paris, 1870.




French Regency Style Palissandre, Tulipwood, Mahogany and Marquetry Meuble D' Appui with One Door and Veined Black Marble Top, Stamped: M. Descotte & Fils.
Circa: Paris, 1880.


Louis XV Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Tulipwood Floral Marquetry Side Cabinet/Secretaire of Bombé Form with Front Door and Inside Drawers and Drop-Front Secretaire. Circa: Paris, 1880


Unusual English 19th Century Edwardian Painted Satinwood and Silver-Mounted Two Door Side Cabinet. Circa: London, 1880


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A black lacquer Cabinet opening with a two-door front, a lower drawer and an upper chest. The interior fitted with eight drawers around a central compartment. Provenance: collection of Liechtenstein Prince, Feldsberg Castel. XVIII° Period, Circa: 1720.

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Petit secrétaire violoné, par Jean-François Oeben. Bois de rose, de violette, d'amarante, de sycomore et de corail (intérieur de porte) sur bâti de chêne. Bronze doré. Marbre brèche d'Alep. Estampillé J.F.Paris, vers1760-1763 - Louis XV period.

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Alabaster bureau cabinet
Veneer
Main material : Alabaster
Secondary material : Onyx
Period of creation : 1740


Alabaster bureau cabinet
Veneer
Main material : Alabaster
Secondary material : Onyx
Period of creation : 1740
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Cabinet of ebony decorated with blackened plates emaux Vienna and ornamentation of fine bronzes. Richly decorated with painted panels and Viennese enamel on copper, decorated with allegorical scenes and classical, surrounded by swirls of gilded bronze and carved.

Wonderful work Austrian Vienna. Epoch nineteenth century.

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A Louis XVI Style Ormolu Mounted Mahogany, Amaranth, Marquetry and Ivory Inlaid Cabinet a L'Anglaise, Atrributed to Holland and Sons.

Holland & Sons
Marquetry
19th century


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Cabinet rectangular ebony wood and blackened bones, it opens two doors decorated with figures in exposing a leaf arches and nine drawers inlaid with vases and scrolls feuillagées. It rests on a base walk balusters and canted together by a spacer
Italy 19th century

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Beautiful cabinet height of support ébonisé black wood and inlay. Ornamentation of carved and gilded bronze. Stamped Charles William Diehl. He opens the front adorned with a sash in the center of a panel of light wood inlay representing huntress Diana and her companions near a temple rotunda;

Cabinet height of support
Artist : Charles Guillaume Diehl Technique : Marquetry Wood
Marble
Period of creation : 19th century
Country of creation : France

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A Fine Gilt Bronze Mounted Parquetry Display Cabinet With Porcelain Plaques and Lapis Lazuli. The upper section having a pair of glazed doors supported by winged putti, above a frieze centred by a porcelain plaque, the lower doors centred by similar panels.

French, Circa 1880.

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Chippendale Mahogany Bureau Cabinet 1780

Chippendale Mahogany Bureau Cabinet
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remarkable secretaire by master ébéniste André Gilbert features colorful marquetry in rosewood, amaranth, stained holly, and mother of pearl. It is further embellished by a white marble top and doré bronze mounts of rosettes, guilloches, foliage and urns.

These amazing scenes are rendered in finely detailed marquetry that includes inlays of rare green wood and mother of pearl/
Period of creation : 1780

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secretaire with drop front executed for the court of Spain. Marquetry on all sides with palaces and ruins on the outside and vases and musical instruments on the inside of the piece. The upper part opens to reveal ten drawers and a secret niche; the lower part conceals a chest with a shelf. France, late Louis XVI. See the desk by Denizot sold at Christies on July 6, 1978.
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George I walnut secretaire is one of the most astounding and significant examples of fine English furniture we have had the pleasure to offer. A remarkable example of early Georgian furniture, this secretary is crafted entirely of sturdy walnut with burl walnut veneer, and exhibits the careful artistry of a master craftsman. 1720



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Secrétaire à abattant. Vienna around 1820.


Cabinet secretary to two body, two folding doors opening on the top adorned with ormolu on a mosaic. Several drawers inside. The basic part consists of a tipping tray forming a leather-wrapped desk with drawers at bottom, all resting on four feet with duct spacer. France 1850

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Secretary neoclassical mahogany. Russia, early nineteenth century.
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An important burr elm secretaire specially commissioned by King George IV for his private apartments at Windsor Castle, circa 1828. The noted firm of Morel and Seddon crafted this extraordinary desk for the King to his exact specifications, embellishing it with the most luxurious elements such as highly polished burr elm veneers, fine bronze pulls and giltwood accents throughout. Around the latter part of the 1820s, the King sought to remodel his private residence in Windsor Castle into the quintessential symbol of the British Monarchy.

1828

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extraordinary secretaire à abattant by Bernard Molitor displays superb proportion and balance. Beautifully crafted of mahogany with ormolu mounts and accented by a fine white marble top, the secretaire features a fall-front that opens to reveal a green tooled-leather writing surface and a multitude of fitted drawers (in both the secretary and base), shelves and secret compartments, perfect for protecting one's most precious documents.

Molitor did not become a master ebeniste until 1787. In 1788, he began to receive commissions from the Royal court. One of his earliest royal orders was a mahogany floor for Queen Marie-Antoinette's boudoir at Fontainebleau.





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Secretary to then Prime Empire mahogany and gilt bronze. The facade is decorated with cornucopias and discovers inside a semicircle inlaid boxwood
Gilded bronze
Period of creation : 19th century





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jewelry case by famed ébéniste François Linke was made with the jewelry connoisseur in mind. Constructed of kingwood with a skillful blend of marquetry and parquetry elements, this jewelry case displays Linke's signature infusion of Louis XV with the popular Art Nouveau and Rococo designs of his day.
Marquetry
Main material : Wood . Gilded bronze
Period of creation : 1890
Country of creation : France




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Jewel cabinet
Designed 1824, produced 1825-1826
Mount Maker: Boquet
Porcelain, bronze, gilding, wood (mahogany), glass, enamel (painted), gold leaf, platinum leaf
Bequest of the Reverend Alfred Duane Pell
France

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Dutch Marquetry Inlay Bureau Bookcase www.canonburyantiques.com



http://www.flickr.com/photos/canonburyantiques/sets/72157622596281513/


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A Danish Japanned Black Lacquered Secretary. The bonnet topped upper case doors depicting an Eastern genre scene opening to reveal two shelves and two drawers, the interior similarly decorated
1760


An extraordinary pair of Qing dynasty lacquer cabinets-on-stands from the collection of the Prince de Ligne.
1765
Country of creation : China



AN EXTREMELY RARE RED AND WHITE LACQUERED CABINET ON ORIGINAL SILVER GILT STAND
English. Circa 1690.


A VERY RARE BLACK LACQUER PAPIER MВCHЙ SIDE CABINET ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY CLAY
English. Circa 1810.

A VERY FINE AND UNUSUAL GEORGE III CHINOISERIE PAINTED SIDE CABINET
English. Circa 1800.
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early 18th century red japanned cabinet. Each panel is decorated with fantastical gilt landscapes of traditional types. The sides are decorated on one side with an exotic bird and on the other with a landscape, the interior of the door with animals and an acrobat. The drawers are enriched with genre scenes.

England, circa 1730


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A rare and unusual Regency penwork cabinet decorated on the front and sides with genre chinoiserie and on the top with geometric designs. The doors open to reveal an interior of varied height drawers each decorated with different neo-classical scroll motifs.
Width with doors open: 141cm

England, circa 1820



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early 18th century red lacquer bureau bookcase; the upper section with double dome top surmounted by turned giltwood finials, the arched doors with bevelled mirror plates opening to reveal, on the reverse, large scale Chinese figures and a fitted interior with an arrangement of small drawers

England, circa 1710.


Queen Anne red japanned bureau bookcase

Queen Anne red japanned bureau bookcase

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Japanned bureau-cabinet
Lacquer 1720 Germany

An early 18th century black and gilt japanned bureau cabinet. The arched upper section with a pair of mirrored doors with replaced plates, enclosing a fitted interior of doors and simulated nashiji-lined drawers between painted pilasters




Chinese Export Red Lacquer and Decorated Fall-Front Bureau on Stand. The rectangular top with hinged fall-front writing surface enclosing fitted interior over conforming case incorporating two lacquered makie lined drawers, on conforming stand with shaped apron and cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet; the whole enriched with paint and gilt decorated Chinese scenic reserves within geometric painted borders and various floral sprays on red lacquered ground. 18th century

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William and Mary red japanned slope bureau, the fall front is finely decorated with a ceremonial chariot pulled by lions, the lion motif is repeated on the top, the fall opens to reveal a well which slides to reveal a secret compartment; the upper section is supported by three drawers of increasing size, each decorated with further chinoiserie. The bun feet replaced.

England, circa 1700






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A HIGHLY UNUSUAL BUREAU A CYLINDRE VENEERED WITH JAPANESE NAMBAN LACQUER OF THE MOMOYAMA PERIOD (1568-1603)"
French. Circa 1770.

CYLINDER BUREAU
Russian. Circa 1820.


AN USUAL WHITE PAINTED AND SILK DECORATED BUREAU
Continental. Circa 1760.



French 19th/20th Century Louis XV Style Tulipwood Parquetry and Gilt-Bronze Mounted Kidney-Shaped Secretary, by Mâison Millet. Circa: Paris, 1890

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This extremely rare English Regency globe desk was crafted by the highly respected firm of Morgan & Sanders and boasts outstanding design and flawless construction. Crafted of mahogany, this quadruped desk is adorned with classically-inspired gilt bronze ornaments and inlay of luxurious ebony.

Morgan & Sanders
Mahogany . Ivory 1810 United Kingdom




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Louis XVI style wood veneer Amboyna burl and mahogany. Stamped by Henry Dasson, XIXth century.


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An incredibly rare 18th-century French drop front desk hailing from Strasbourg, the capital of the French region of Alsace. This extraordinary desk crafted of mahogany, burl walnut and a variety of fruitwoods boasts a fitted interior and a leather-writing surface. The interior features drawers adorned with exquisite marquetry veneers and numerous hidden compartments. The unique design of this fine bureau truly distinguishes it among other pieces from the period
Strasbourg (France), circa 1775



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Secretary sloping on all sides in straw marquetry and veneer Martin. Stamped Adrien Delorme and Francis Garnier. Paris, circa 1750 - Louis XV period. Paris varnish, lacquer Martin said, and inlay of straw built of pine and oak drawers.




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The finest ormolu fixtures swathe this Restoration-period roll-top desk (bureau à cylindre) and (fauteuil de bureau) swivel desk chair, both crafted of mahogany. The desk is appointed with a fitted interior of compartments, lockable drawers and a retractable red leather lined writing surface. Mahogany . Marble
Period of creation : 1815
Country of creation : France



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A Rococo secrétaire, Remmers, Johan Hindrich (1729-1773). Master craftman, 1754. Stockholm, circa 1754-73. estampille


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Secretary mahogany cylinder end 18-th century in the style of Roentgen or Meyer



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Writing desk by Giuseppe Gargiulo signed 1880 displaying a variety of inlay and marquetry techniques including panels depicting the local peasantry, Museum of Intarsia, Sorrento
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English Regency Carlton House Desk in Satinwood


http://www.flickr.com/photos/canonburyantiques/sets/72157622596289939/

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'Le Grand Bureau', A Magnificent Gold Medal Exhibition Sculptural Writing Desk And Accompanying Chair, Exhibited at the Paris Exposition Universelle 1900, designed and made by François Linke and Léon Messagé.

The bronze mounts signed 'F. Linke' and stamped 'LINKE'

Paris, Circa 1890.



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Шкатулка для рукоделия в форме миниатюрного кабинета
Sewing box
c. 1850
Papier-mâché, wood, mother-of-pearl, velvet, paper, paint, gilt, England


Миниатюрный кабинет для драгоценностей из Эрмитажа.

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Мне очень нравится расписанная мебель, вот такое бюро я впервые вижу-


BUREAU CABINET WITH PAINTED DECORATION BY FABRIZIO CLERICI
Milan. 1950s.

Мне кажется- мастер отталкивался от этой известной картины:


LEROY DE BARDE, Alexandre-Isidore
Selection of Shells Arranged on Shelves
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Watercolour and gouache on heavy paper, 125 x 90 cm
Musée du Louvre, Paris
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ANTON HICKEL. PORTRAIT OF MARIE-THÉRÈSE, PRINCESSE DE LAMBALLE (1749-92)

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Старинная кабинетная мебель и письменные принадлежности,королевские кабинеты-ТУТ

Thanks to:
http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2008/01/wondertooneel-der-nature.html
http://www.jansantiques.com/home.html
http://www.artfinding.com/modules/lot/index.php?recherche=cabinet
http://carltonhobbsprovenance.com/cabinets/bureau-cabinet-milan-1950s
http://carltonhobbsprovenance.com/gallery
http://www.carltonhobbs.com/
http://www.canonburyantiques.com/
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