Marie Antoinette Arm chair by George Jacob in her boudoir in Fontainebleau. The arm of the chairs have carved Sphinx at the top also note the painted winged Sphinx above the chair painted by the Rousseau brothers 1786

Marie Antoinette Arm chair by George Jacob in her boudoir in Fontainebleau. The arm of the chairs have carved Sphinx at the top also note the painted winged Sphinx above the chair painted by the Rousseau brothers 1786

Armchair (bergère en cabriolet) 1788 Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené (French, 1748–1803) - Carved painted and gilded walnut - This armchair is part of a set that consisted of a daybed, four armchairs, a bergère, a footstool, and a fire screen made for Marie Antoinette's cabinet de toilette (dressing room) at the Château of Saint Cloud in 1788.

Armchair (bergère en cabriolet) 1788 Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené (French, 1748–1803) - Carved painted and gilded walnut - This armchair is part of a set that consisted of a daybed, four armchairs, a bergère, a footstool, and a fire screen made for Marie Antoinette's cabinet de toilette (dressing room) at the Château of Saint Cloud in 1788.

Armchair (Fauteuil) Date: 18th century Culture: French Medium: Carved and gilded beechwood

Armchair (Fauteuil) Date: 18th century Culture: French Medium: Carved and gilded beechwood

Le mobilier de Versailles. Fauteuil Louis XVI / via QUEMEREUC

Le mobilier de Versailles. Fauteuil Louis XVI / via QUEMEREUC

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Furniture Depicting the Four Continents: Armchair Beauvais Maker: Workshop of de Menou (French, active 1780–93)  Artist: After a composition by Jean Jacques François Le Barbier (French, Rouen 1738–1826 Paris)  Patron: Commissioned for Louis XVI, King of France (French, Versailles 1754–1793 Paris)  Date: designed ca. 1786, woven 1790–91; on second half 19th century frames  Culture: French, Beauvais  Medium: Carved and gilded wood; wool, silk

Furniture Depicting the Four Continents: Armchair Beauvais Maker: Workshop of de Menou (French, active 1780–93) Artist: After a composition by Jean Jacques François Le Barbier (French, Rouen 1738–1826 Paris) Patron: Commissioned for Louis XVI, King of France (French, Versailles 1754–1793 Paris) Date: designed ca. 1786, woven 1790–91; on second half 19th century frames Culture: French, Beauvais Medium: Carved and gilded wood; wool, silk

From the Apartments of Queen Marie Antoinette's in Fontainebleau Palace, this chair is the only one left of a set commissioned from the master cabinetmaker Georges Jacob in the years 1785-1786.

From the Apartments of Queen Marie Antoinette's in Fontainebleau Palace, this chair is the only one left of a set commissioned from the master cabinetmaker Georges Jacob in the years 1785-1786.

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