Pierre Charles; Fontaine Percier

Ceiling Painting in the Diana Hall in the Louvre

Ceiling Painting in the Diana Hall in the Louvre
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Author: Pierre Charles; Fontaine Percier
Drawings, Pen and Indian ink, 45x35.7 cm
Origin: France, 1809
Album: Series of 13 albums "Buildings and Monuments of Paris", 1809
Source of entry: Winter Palace, Before 1911
Theme: Architecture

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