A PAIR OF PAINTED ENAMEL PANELS
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A PAIR OF PAINTED ENAMEL PANELS

18TH-19TH CENTURY

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A PAIR OF PAINTED ENAMEL PANELS
18TH-19TH CENTURY
The rectangular panels are painted in bright colors with ladies, boys and attendants engaged in various leisurely activities in lakeside palace gardens, some drinking wine in pavilions, some carrying hoes, from which hang baskets of flowers, some seated in a boat and holding a vase of lotus flowers, and some watching another lady painting on a rock table; within painted wood frames.
27 ¼ in. (70 cm.) high, 18 ¾ (47.5 cm.) wide
Provenance
Spink & Son Ltd., London, 30 May 1958

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