Category:Louvre OA 10424

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Artist
Martin-Guillaume Biennais (1764–1843) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q1694164
Description

French goldsmith

Date of birth/death 27 April 1843
Location of birth/death La Cochère, France Paris, France
Work period 18th century & 19th century
Work location Paris, France
Authority control
Manner of Charles Percier (1764–1838) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q969714
Charles Percier
Description

French architect, decorator and teacher

Date of birth/death 5 September 1838
Location of birth/death Paris Paris
Work location Paris
Authority control
Title Tripod bassin made for the personal room of First Consul Napoléon Bonaparte at the Tuileries palace
Description
Provenance: France
Date between circa 1800 and circa 1804
Medium wood, gilded bronze and silver
Dimensions Height: 90.5 cm (35.6 in). Diameter: 47 cm (18.5 in).
(Inventory)Louvre-Lens Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q405543
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Native name Louvre-Lens
Location Lens
Coordinates 50° 25′ 50″ N, 2° 48′ 12″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Established
Website http://www.louvrelens.fr/
Authority control
Louvre-Lens, Galerie du Temps (2013) (-, liste), object # 192
Accession number OA 10424 Info non-talk.svg
Object history : accepted in lieu
References

Musée du Louvre, Atlas database: entry 16430

Lucie Streiff-Rivail; Isabelle Pelletier, Charles-Hilaire Valentin, Nicolas Neumann, Lydia Labadi, Astrid Bargeton, Loïc Levêque, Sarah Zhiri, Michel Brousset, Béatrice Bourgerie, Mélanie Le Gros, Henri Loyrette, Xavier Dectot, Daniel Percheron, Jean-Luc Martinez, Vincent Pomarède () (in French) Louvre-Lens, le guide 2013, p. 276-277 ISBN: 978-2-36838-002-4.
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