Beautiful pair of Paris color lithographs of citiscapes from the series Paris dans sa Splendeur. The first one (50) depicts the Column of the Great Army erected in Place Vendome by Napoleon I to commemorate the Battle of Austerlitz. The second one (11) is a bird's eye view of the French Royal Palace.
Inscription on each of the lithographs read as follows:
50. Colonne de la Grande Armee Place Vendome et rue de Castiglione. Nantes, lith. Charpentier, Edit. Paris, quai Conti, 3. Ph. Benoist del & lith Fig par le meme.
11. Palais Royal Vu a vol d'oiseau Nantes, lith. Charpentier, Edit. Paris, quai Conti, 3. Felix Benoist del J. Arnouth lith.
They are very nicely matted and framed, ready to display. In very good used condition with minor toning and foxing, mostly concealed by the mats, and small imperfections to frames as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number. Please provide zip code for shipping estimate to your location.
Measurements: Frame: 20 1/4" by 15 7/8"; Image: 14 1/4" by 9 3/4" approximately (slight differences between the two).
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