Reproductions of engravings from Jacques-François Blondel’s Architecture Françoise of what is now the largest art museum in the world: The Louvre in Paris, France. The first engraving depicts the principal facade facing Saint-Germain l’Auxerrois, 1756. The second one shows the southern facade of the eastern end of the Louvre (the ‘Old Louvre’), facing the River Seine, constructed during the reign of Louis XIV, according to designs by Claude Perrault. Both prints come in a piano black frame with clear glass.
Material: Piano black frame
Colour: Clear glass
Dimensions: 109 x 52 x 3 cm per frame