Armchair (bergère) (part of a set)

Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené
painted and gilded by Louis-François Chatard

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 546

Made for Marie-Antoinette’s dressing room at the château de Saint Cloud. The queen’s initials are carved on the top rail.

Armchair (bergère) (part of a set), Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené (1748–1803), Carved, painted and gilded walnut; modern cotton twill embroidered in silk, French, Paris

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