Louis-Jean Desprez

Interior of the Temple of Immortality

Interior of the Temple of Immortality
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Author: Louis-Jean Desprez
Interiors, Drawings, Pen, brush and Indian ink, watercolour, gouache and gold, 81.2x112.1 cm
Origin: Sweden, Circa 1790
Album: Album. Project of "The Temple of Immortality"
Source of entry: gift of the artist to Catherine II in 1790, Acquired circa 1821
Theme: Architecture

See also

Louis Jean Desprez - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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