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French late 17th-early 18th century Régence ogee profile frame carved in oak with leaf-tip and flower sight, centred gadrooned rail, cabochon back, corner and centre foliate cartouches with fanned lambrequins, shells and trailing flowers on a punched ground, all finely re-cut in the gesso; original matt and burnished water gilding


Jean François de Troy (1679-1752)

Pan and Syrinx 1720

oil on canvas 41 11/16 x 54 11/16in

The Cleveland Museum of Art

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Marlatt Fund 1973.212


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