On sale at Christie in
Published on May 29th, 2000
of art exceptional resulting from Vaux-le-Vicomte's castle are
going to be auctionings during a public sale on Saturday,
June 17th in Monaco by prestigious company Of Christie.
It's about an office(desk) roll of time Louis XV stamped by
François Gaspard TEUNE,
realized towards 1770.
This detail, estimated between 300 000 and 500 000 F is classified
ancient memorial and cannot be exported.
Also presented during this vacation, a statue representing Louis
XIV by Martin van den Bogaert, says
Desjardins, realized near 1680.
This terracotta on pedestal of wood painted in false marble is 90
Considered between 700 000 and 1 000 000 F, it is also classified
ancient memorial, forbidden the export.
Desjardins, native of Breda,
made his learning in Antwerp before coming in France and marrying
the niece of the architect Mansart.
His work was so appreciated by king that this one ennobled the
Sale in the Hotel Metropolis luxury
hotel of Monaco on Saturday, June 17th at 3 pm.