Daybed (lit de repos), French, ca. 1750–75, French, Beech, carved and originally painted; modern green velvet upholstery, green silk gimp and tassels, Overall: 26 × 67 3/4 × 30 1/2 in. (66 × 172.1 × 77.5 cm), Woodwork-Furniture
RM2B0MNP2Daybed (lit de repos), French, ca. 1750–75, French, Beech, carved and originally painted; modern green velvet upholstery, green silk gimp and tassels, Overall: 26 × 67 3/4 × 30 1/2 in. (66 × 172.1 × 77.5 cm), Woodwork-Furniture
Daybed (lit de repos). Date: ca. 1750-75; Culture: French; Medium: Beech, carved and originally painted; modern green velvet upholstery, green silk
RMKNKDN7Daybed (lit de repos). Date: ca. 1750-75; Culture: French; Medium: Beech, carved and originally painted; modern green velvet upholstery, green silk
Frame for a daybed (Lit de repos) ca. 1740-45 French This elaborately carved three-part frame was originally part of a daybed or a sofa. Although not signed, the curving outline of the frame is enriched with heart-shaped cartouches, rocaille motifs and floral ornament that bear resemblance to the work of the menuisiers or joiners Jean-Baptiste Tilliard and Nicolas-Quinibert Foliot. Normally invisible, the rectangular blocks underneath the frame are the tenons which would have fitted in similar size openings, the mortises, to join the frame to the lower part of the bed or sofa. Although incompl
RM2HJ4RGNFrame for a daybed (Lit de repos) ca. 1740-45 French This elaborately carved three-part frame was originally part of a daybed or a sofa. Although not signed, the curving outline of the frame is enriched with heart-shaped cartouches, rocaille motifs and floral ornament that bear resemblance to the work of the menuisiers or joiners Jean-Baptiste Tilliard and Nicolas-Quinibert Foliot. Normally invisible, the rectangular blocks underneath the frame are the tenons which would have fitted in similar size openings, the mortises, to join the frame to the lower part of the bed or sofa. Although incompl
Daybed (lit de repos). Culture: French. Dimensions: Overall: 26 × 67 3/4 × 30 1/2 in. (66 × 172.1 × 77.5 cm). Date: ca. 1750-75. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
RMPAJR3XDaybed (lit de repos). Culture: French. Dimensions: Overall: 26 × 67 3/4 × 30 1/2 in. (66 × 172.1 × 77.5 cm). Date: ca. 1750-75. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
Daybed (lit de repos). Maker: François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (French, 1770-1841); Maker: and Georges II Jacob (French, 1768-1803); Maker:
RM2GMXNT0Daybed (lit de repos). Maker: François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (French, 1770-1841); Maker: and Georges II Jacob (French, 1768-1803); Maker:
Daybed (Lit de repos or sultane) (part of a set). Maker: Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené (1748-1803); Maker: painted and gilded by Louis-François Chatard
RMKNHHA3Daybed (Lit de repos or sultane) (part of a set). Maker: Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené (1748-1803); Maker: painted and gilded by Louis-François Chatard
François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter, Daybed (lit de repos), French, Paris, François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (French, 1770–1841), and Georges II Jacob (French, 1768–1803), working together as the firm Jacob Frères, ca. 1795–1803, French, Paris, Mahogany and mahogany veneered on beechwood; gilt bronze, bronze, lampas, 34 3/4 x 76 3/4 x 29 1/2 in. (88.3 x 194.9 x 74.9cm), Woodwork-Furniture
RM2B0HCW5François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter, Daybed (lit de repos), French, Paris, François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (French, 1770–1841), and Georges II Jacob (French, 1768–1803), working together as the firm Jacob Frères, ca. 1795–1803, French, Paris, Mahogany and mahogany veneered on beechwood; gilt bronze, bronze, lampas, 34 3/4 x 76 3/4 x 29 1/2 in. (88.3 x 194.9 x 74.9cm), Woodwork-Furniture
Daybed (lit de repos) ca. 1795–1803 François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter French The sphinx-shaped arms suggest a date soon after Napoleon’s Egyptian campaign which is confirmed by the stamp of JACOB FRERES/R. MESLEE used by the Jacob firm only between 1795 and 1803. The daybed must have supported several Bonapartes, for it bears the inventory mark of the Château de Neuilly, where two of Napoleon’s sisters lived, first Caroline Murat and later Pauline Borghese, as well as marks for the Château de Trianon, the Palais des Tuileries, and the Château de Villeneuve l’Etang.. Daybed (lit de repos)
RM2HHB40FDaybed (lit de repos) ca. 1795–1803 François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter French The sphinx-shaped arms suggest a date soon after Napoleon’s Egyptian campaign which is confirmed by the stamp of JACOB FRERES/R. MESLEE used by the Jacob firm only between 1795 and 1803. The daybed must have supported several Bonapartes, for it bears the inventory mark of the Château de Neuilly, where two of Napoleon’s sisters lived, first Caroline Murat and later Pauline Borghese, as well as marks for the Château de Trianon, the Palais des Tuileries, and the Château de Villeneuve l’Etang.. Daybed (lit de repos)
Daybed (Lit de repos or sultane) (part of a set). Culture: French, Paris. Dimensions: H. 36-1/2 x W. 69 x D. 31-1/2 in.  (92.7 x 175.3 x 80.0 cm). Maker: Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené (1748-1803); painted and gilded by Louis-François Chatard (ca. 1749-1819). Date: 1788.  The Palace of St. Cloud belongs to the Duke of Orleans, is situated on the declivity of a mountain washed by the Seine. . . . The view from the house is delightful.  -- Harry Peckham, A Tour through Holland . . .and Part of France  Louis XVI purchased the country residence of the duc d'Orléans a few miles west of Paris for Marie-A
RMPAX7DEDaybed (Lit de repos or sultane) (part of a set). Culture: French, Paris. Dimensions: H. 36-1/2 x W. 69 x D. 31-1/2 in. (92.7 x 175.3 x 80.0 cm). Maker: Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené (1748-1803); painted and gilded by Louis-François Chatard (ca. 1749-1819). Date: 1788. The Palace of St. Cloud belongs to the Duke of Orleans, is situated on the declivity of a mountain washed by the Seine. . . . The view from the house is delightful. -- Harry Peckham, A Tour through Holland . . .and Part of France Louis XVI purchased the country residence of the duc d'Orléans a few miles west of Paris for Marie-A