Le Jardin d’Hiver

Panel from the décor “Le Jardin d’Hiver”, designed by Muller, “The painter of roses.”
Wood-block printed by Desfossé, France, 1853.
“Le Jardin d’Hiver” was one of the finest and costliest decors done under the Second Empire, and the first realistic depiction of an elaborate floral design.
Mounted on Japan paper. (In perfect condition, never hung).

N°1 : Length 7’ 6’’ x width 27’’
N°2 : Length 4’5’’ x width 27’’