Richard Lalonde (fl. 1788-1796)
[Antique set of prints, etching] Xe Cahier K. Chambranles de cheminées (open haarden), published ca. 1775/1789, 6 pp.
Complete set of six plates illustrating decorated fireplaces in the Louis XVI (Lodewijk 16e stijl) style. Various views of each piece on the plates: a side view (Profil), a front view, a view from above. With the scale reference.
From: ‘Oeuvres diverse de Lalonde décorateur et dessinateur etc.’, a series of 26 sets of 6 plates each, designs for interior decoration.
Richard Lalonde was one of the most successful interior designers of the Louis XVI style. Lalonde was a French ornamental designer who worked also in the Garde-Meuble de la Couronne and the Menus Plaisirs in 1760. Under the Ancien Régime, Lalonde also designed furniture with prominent cabinet makers such as Guillaume Benneman and Joseph Stöckel and published influential sets of designs. The prints are detailed and show the design for the interior chimneys (openhaarden).
€ 332,75 ( ex. btw) € 275,00