Representation of the machines that were used to raise the stones that cover the Louvre's pediment - Sébastien LeClerc
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Representation of the machines that were used to raise the stones that cover the Louvre's pediment - Sébastien LeClerc

Modern proof printed on Moulin du Vergé paper, laid paper 120 gr.
Last 10 draws made in November 2018.
Dated, numbered, stamped - delivered with certificate of authenticity.

The Louvre Colonnade is the eastern facade of the Louvre Palace. It is considered one of the masterpieces of French classicism. ...
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€450
Only 9 copies available

Characteristics

Delivery :
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Entretien :
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Copper plate size :
H.38,4cm L.64,2 cm
Dimensions :
56 x 76 cm
Size of the sheet :
56x76cm
EAN :
3336727340752
Reference :
KM002825

Editor

Editor :
Ateliers d'art de la Rmn-GP
Museum of Conservation :
Chalcographie du Louvre
Author :
Sébastien LeClerc (1637-1714)

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The artist

Sébastien Le Clerc (1637-1714)

Sébastien Le Clerc, belongs to the great engravers of the court of Louis XIV. He was the king's ordinary engraver from 1693 to 1705. Sébastien Le Clerc's engraved work is estimated at about 3,700 pieces. Of this important production, the chalcography has the plates made for the illustration of the Labyrinth of Versailles, the Tapestries of the King after the paintings of Le Brun as well as the architectural records of royal houses.