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A fine painted porcelain plaque by Naigeon-Turgan, known as Clémence Turgan, after Pierre Guérin
circa 1834
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A fine painted porcelain plaque by Naigeon-Turgan, known as Clémence Turgan, after Pierre Guérin
circa 1834
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A Private European Residence: French and Neoclassical Furniture and Paintings & Works on Paper

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A fine painted porcelain plaque by Naigeon-Turgan, known as Clémence Turgan, after Pierre Guérin
circa 1834
depicting 'Enne Recounting the misfortunes of Troy to the Didon',
of rectangular form within a gilt-bronze foliate cast border, within an amboyna frame, the reverse with a paper label, `Ené Racontant à Didon les Malheurs de la Ville de Troyes'
plaque only 30cm. high, 39cm. wide; 11¾in., 1ft. 3¼in.
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Exhibited

Exhibited in the Salon in 1834.

A Private European Residence: French and Neoclassical Furniture and Paintings & Works on Paper

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London