Louis XVI period work, stamped by Adrien Pierre DUPAIN
Its flat backrest is in gilded and molded wood, decorated with a puff on each upright of the rear legs.
The armrests are in cuff and the brackets in console molded with acanthus leaves.
The belt of the seat is with molded crosspieces connected by connecting dice with rosette decorations.
This armchair rests on four sheathed and fluted legs.
ADRIEN-PIERRE DUPAIN, master on December 10, 1772
These models are always perfectly balanced and of beautiful proportions. The particular robustness of the frames: thick, solid and well assembled, without ever becoming heavy.
Some of his works are in museums: A pair of carved wooden chairs covered with silk, at the Louvre
Two armchairs and three chairs are in the Nissim-de-Camondo Museum.
At the Petit Trianon in Versailles there are four armchairs and four chairs.
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