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A Porcelain Dinner Plate, Yusupov Manufactory, dated 1827


 
circular, the rim with gilt foliage, the cavetto painted with 'Rosier luisant', inscribed on the reverse Archangelski 1827 / Tome 1er. p 11
Diam. 23,5 cm ; diam. 9 1/4 in.
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Sotheby's New York, 15-16 April 2008, lot 466 

相關資料

Prince Nikolai Yusupov (1750-1831), director of the Imperial Porcelain Factory during the reign of Paul I, founded the Yusupov Porcelain Factory in 1814 on his estate in Arkhangelskoye outside of Moscow. The factory was more accurately a studio where porcelain blanks from French factories and the Popov factory were painted. The porcelain was never sold, but rather presented to the Imperial family and to the Yusupovs' circle of friends. The plates were painted with roses copied from the three-volume Les Roses published between 1817 and 1824 by the artist and botanist Pierre-Joseph Redouté, who based his studies on the flowers of the best gardens in Paris. The series of rose plates was later rediscovered by Prince Felix Yusupov when he modernised the estate of Arkhangelskoye in 1912.

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