Daniël Marot (after a design by)

Gilded Table

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924 voorzijde

Daniël Marot (after a design by)
Gilded Table

1709 Non visible

This gilded table with caryatids, flower garlands and volutes is a real showpiece. It came from Oranienstein Castle in Germany, which was redecorated by Henriëtte Amalia van Anhalt-Dessau, at the beginning of the eighteenth century. She engaged the French-Dutch designer Daniël Marot to carry out the redecoration. His designs were in complete accordance with the French-oriented taste of the European nobility.

In the middle of the tabletop, you can see the monogram of Henriëtte Amalia van Anhalt-Dessau: two intertwined A’s.

Détails techniques
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Daniël Marot (after a design by)
Gilded Table

1709 Non visible

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Détails

Informations générales
Daniël Marot (Paris 1663/1664 - 1752 The Hague) (after a design by)
Gilded Table
1709
table
924
Détails des matériaux et techniques
N/A
wood
132.5 x 81 x 75 cm

Origine

Purchased from Duveen Brothers, New York, with the support of private individuals, 1955, on long-term loan to the Het Loo Palace, Apeldoorn, since 2021