Two heads

On the left, a painted head, with Danjard "breveté en 1860" stamp, a knob on its neck, resting on a wooden stand.
On the right, a painted head and bust, its head dressed with a French Savoyard bonnet with lace and blue silk ribbons.

Danjard head : height : 9.4 in (without stand) and 18.8 in (with its stand)
Savoyard head : height : 15.7 in.

Rustic santos

Height 29.5 in

Six leaves screen

18th century, six leaves screen decorated, on one side with pastoral and seasonly scenes, on the other side with vegetal patterns imitating grisaille painting.

Height 47.6 in x Length of one sheet 23.6 in
Total Length 141.7 in

Painted canvas, galant scene

Important, French painted canvas from the 18th century representing, in a pastoral decor, a galant and musical scene.

Height 122 in x Length 90.5 in

Painted Terracotta Jesus

Painted Terracotta Jesus child with glass eyes from the 18th century
Modern stand

Height 8.2 in

Goenovese palace chandelier

Gilded carved wood, crystal
36 lights (Clenche)
Late 18th century

Hauteur: 190 cm
Diamètre: 152 cm

Genoevese Palace chandelier. (Detail)

Marriage mirror from Provence

"Beaucaire" marriage mirror,
Provence, France, 18th century, Louis XV period

Height 46,8 in x Width 31,1 in

Study for a man's head

Louis Matout (1811-1888), study for the head of the man at the left of the painting "Ambroise Paré appliquant pour la première fois la ligature aux artères après amputation" that was ordered by French Beaux-Arts minister Achille Fould to Louis Matout in 1852, for the Ecole de Médecine of Paris. The paintings realized by the artist for the school burned in a fire in 1889.

14.5 x 18.11 in

Wooden Jesus child

On a sculpted, wooden stand
Gilted hair, painted face and glass eyes
Missing a finger (right hand index)

Height 18,1 in