French folding screen early 20th century.
Elegant folding screen of French origin made in the first quarter of the 20th century, composed of four sheets joined with hinges and topped the entire profile with an original stud of the time. It consists of two distinct faces: the interior in polychromy with grisaille technique and the exterior has the back in light beige embossed leather
One of a kind French 4-sheets hand painted in grisaille screen. A palace garden is hand painted in grisaille technique that means using several shades of a single colour, beautiful painting on linen!!! All of it with iron studs. The bottom and reverse side are in beige and gold embossed leather and all of it with iron studs
Its a stunning piece, refined and elegant for any place or room, giving a touch of delicacy to the environment.
It comes from a private French collection in north of Paris, France.
On the inside the surface is a thick linen, where it has been depicted in shades of grey, white, taupe and light sky blue a beautiful wooded landscape with two daily cups in the foreground with leafy plants. At the back of the scene there are nobles walking, horseback riding, as well as statues of the French garden and imposing architecture of classic shapes.
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- Room Divider - Folding Screen
- Linen, Wood
- Estimated Period
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 183×192×3 cm