Engraving Print: View of the Stables of Versailles


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Artifact Identification Engraving Print: View of the Stables of Versailles   (1900.30.0004)
  1. Communication Artifacts
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  3. Documentary Artifacts
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  5. Graphic Documents
Artist/Maker Rigaud: Engraver Whittle and Laurie: Printers 24 June 1818, London Contradictory information in object file: The manual data entry form from 10/7 by JWL states that J. Tinney is the artist, while on an inventory data form, the artist is identified as Hyacinthe Francois Rigaud
Geographic Location
Period/Date George III, June 24, 1818
Culture English, British
Location On Exhibitin the Europe exhibit

Physical Analysis

Dimension 1 (Width) 47.4 cm
Dimension 2 (Length) 30.8 cm
Dimension 3 (Depth) <0.1 cm
Weight 20 g
Measuring Remarks None
Materials Paper, Pigment--ink
Manufacturing Processes Printed, Engraved
Munsell Color Information Dark Gray to Black (N 2.5/ 4.6% R) -Soldiers (front). Dark Gray (N 4/ 12.0% R) -Clouds(center). Grayish Yellow (2.5Y 8/4) -Border.

Research Remarks

Published Description

“A View of the Stables of Versailles” with scene of comings and goings at Louis XIV’s resort palace. Two carriages and hansom cab approaching. 47.50 cm X 31.50 cm, with tear in upper right corner.

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