Painting of the doll's house around 1710. The cupboard originally had curtains. The painting shows that the interior of the house has remained much the same. The main difference being that the house in the painting is inhabited by more than twenty dolls, made to scale. Only one baby doll has survived. Two of the rooms were altered slightly during the eighteenth century: there used to be a garden beyond the entrance hall, and the tapestry room was once shrouded in mourning.
Etsy Cardboard, papier mache, acrylic paints, glass, metal. The walls inside the house are covered with a cloth that creates the effect of wallpaper or paint. Inside the house can be held lighting - use energy-saving lamp (European standard). This creates the effect of a lamp. Sizes: 66х47х26 cm. $2500.