Charming pair of French satirical prints, Faites La Paix (Make Peace) depicting two fashionable young men about to hold a duel and LES MERVILLEUSES (The Marvelous) referring to a Parisian fashion trend that emerged after the French Revolution.
They are inscribed as follows:
FAITES LA PAIX
C. Vernet Delt
Jacques Philippe Levilly was a French engraver active 1780–1800). Antoine Charles Joseph Vernet (1758 – 1836) was a French painter known for his depictions of the Napoleonic era. Jean Louis Darcis (d. 1801) was a French engraver active in the 1790's. They come nicely matted and framed, ready to display. Perfect to decorate a foyer, bedroom, or any environment related to fashion and dress. In very good used condition, prints mounted on board, minor print creases and imperfections to frames as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: Frame: 20 5/8" by 19 1/8""; Visible Image: 12 1/4" by 10 1/4", approximately.
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