This is a stunning pair of framed engravings, originally designed in the 18th century by the French artist Boucher. The highly detailed prints are glass-covered and in good condition, ready to hang. The beautiful giltwood frames with beading make them even more attractive.
The two romantic scenes features a dove as messenger of love – Le Depart portrays a man with a dog and two sheep, while L’arrivee shows a woman near a tree by the water, accompanied by a sheep and dog with basket of flowers.
These captivating engravings are sure to add French decorative flair to any wall. With their intricate detail and timeless beauty, they will become an elegant talking point in any home. Made in Paris in the 1800s, they are a perfect representation of classic French artistry.
Capture the charm of 18th century romance with these beautiful framed engravings. A great addition to any collection or gift for someone special – they are sure to be cherished for many years to come.
CONDITION: good antique condition with minor age separations and fleabites to frames. Acceptable loss of gilding, revealing red bole. Eyelets in the back for hanging.