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A statue of a satyr holding a set of pipes and grapes, by Philippe de Buyster (1595-1688), set in a landscape. The statue was commissioned as part of the "Petite Commande" of 1664, the first series of garden ornaments for the new palace of Versailles, featuring mythological creatures suitable for the rustic setting of the original palace. The statuary was replaced during the later, grander developments, so this series, engraved and hand colored by Jean le Pautre (1618-82), is one of the only records of the original scheme.

Look at the period French matting, ink lines with a watercolor panel. STUNNING!!!

Frame size approx. 22" X 26 1/2"

All 4 antique prints sold as a set $2500 (please contact me before purchasing all 4 so i adjust price)
Sold individually for $750.00 each

* The art has been professionally framed using museum grade mats, backing, mounting and UV protection glass.

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Un satyre tenant une grappe de raisin, engraving by Jean Le Pautre,1672 - A statue of a satyr holding a set of pipes and grapes


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