Mahogany needlepoint firescreen c1800

Mahogany needlepoint firescreen c1800


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Mahogany adjustable pole fire screen, American or English, circa 1790 to 1810. Tripod base ending in scroll feet. The screen, beautifully worked in needlepoint and petitpoint, was copied after French artist Jacque Louis David's iconic portrait of Madame Recamier, in shades of pink, blue, pale gold, and sage green. The pole is 52.75" H, and the base is a 16" triangle. The oval screen is 23" W x 18" H.

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