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Sidewall, Le Printemps from Les Quatre Saisons, ca. 1785

This is a Sidewall. It was manufactured by Jean-Baptiste Réveillon. It is dated ca. 1785 and we acquired it in 1994. Its medium is block-printed on handmade paper. It is a part of the Wallcoverings department.

It is credited Museum purchase from the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program, General Acquisitions Endowment, Eleanor G. Hewitt, and Pauline Cooper Noyes Funds.

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Its dimensions are

H x W: 247.5 x 53.7 cm (97 7/16 x 21 1/8in.) Overall (b): 251.5 x 55 cm (8 ft. 3 in. x 21 5/8 in.)

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Sidewall, Le Printemps from Les Quatre Saisons, ca. 1785; Manufactured by Jean-Baptiste Réveillon (French, 1725–1811); France; block-printed on handmade paper; H x W: 247.5 x 53.7 cm (97 7/16 x 21 1/8in.) Overall (b): 251.5 x 55 cm (8 ft. 3 in. x 21 5/8 in.); Museum purchase from the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program, General Acquisitions Endowment, Eleanor G. Hewitt, and Pauline Cooper Noyes Funds; 1994-101-12-a,b

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