23 November 2010
A LOUIS XV STRIPPED OAK CONSOLE
With pierced scrolled rocaille frieze on scrolled legs joined by a similarly-carved stretcher, with a variegated grey and red marble top, with traces of previous red and pale green paint; together with a slightly smaller, similar console lacking marble top
33 in. (84 cm.) high, 38½ in. (98 cm.) wide, 19¾ (50 cm.) deep, one; 30 in. (76 cm.) high, 33 in. (84 cm.) wide, 19 in.(48 cm.) deep (lacking marble), the second console (2)
Acquired from T. Julsberg, Victoria, British Columbia, 1951.
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Portland, Oregon, Portland Art Museum, From Oregon Private Collections, 1977, nos. 134 and 135.
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