A mid 19th c Chinese export reverse glass painting representing a scene with figures at leisure in a palace widely open on a garden.
The original frame, inspired by English taste is usually called "Chinese Chipendale". An example can be seen in Carl L. Crossman, The China Trade, 1972.
60 x 46 x 3.5 cm framed
China for the occidental market circa 1840-60.
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