Various authors, Europäisches Rokoko, Munich, pp. 252-53, ill. 102
This extremely rare corner cupboard is distinguished by the unusual pierced panels on a more customary rococo body, with extravagantly bombé forms that are typical of the period. It is part of a suite of furniture of which little is known and which was possibly created in Venice in the 1760s, a testament to the imaginative skills of Venetian carvers.
A pair of commodes from this suite, formerly in the Fischer-Böhler collection, Munich, is illustrated in Europäisches Rokoko, op. cit., p. 252 (reproduced here in fig. 1).
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