Armchair (fauteuil à la reine)

Southwestern German

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 533

Originally part of a set of which another example belonged to the collection of the Margraves of Baden, Neues Schloss in Baden-Baden, Germany. The elaborate decoration of the frame resembles the work of the influential designer Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (1693–1750).

Armchair (fauteuil à la reine), Carved and gilded beech; covered in eighteenth-century blue damask not original to the armchair, Southwestern German

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