Set Four Engravings of the Entrances to the Louvre by Baltard
Set of four original copperplate engravings by Louis-Pierre Baltard (1764-1846) of the different entrances to the Louvre Palace, Paris, in elegant gilded black ebonized frames with mounts and gilded inner border.
Louis-Pierre Baltard was a French architect and engraver and father of Victor Baltard, also an architect, who designed Les Halles. Louis-Pierre’s reputation is chiefly based on his skill in engraving. Among the best known of his plates are the drawings of Paris.
- France Circa 1800
- Height: 26.5" | Width: 22.25" | Depth: .75"
- Item #7992
- Price: $5,200
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