Oils on canvas forming a panoramic, inspired by the wallpapers The Garden of Armida by Edouard Müller (1823-1876), printed in 1854 by the Manufacture Desfossé. They were presented at the Exposition Universelle of 1855 in the Rotunda of the Panorama Décor trompe l'oeil of a leafy and flowery pergola in the middle of ancient ruins, with a sculpture of a woman carrying a jar and a piece in the center. other two flowered suspensions

L : 300 cm   ou 167 cm et 2 x 66,5 cm

H : 185 cm   



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