Cf: Alastair Duncan, op.cit., Woodbridge, 1996, p. 166 (Similar example illustrated at the Salon d'Automne, 1912)
See also: Peter Thornton, Authentic Decor. The Domestic Interior 1620-1920, London, 1993, p. 381, pl. 520
Dufrne's interior at the Salon was praised for its sense of discreet and elegant intimacy and was considered to be stylistically advanced.