Neo Renaissance style

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The artists of the Neo-Renaissance style were inspired by Renaissance style and those used in the Henri II style. In the 30's Europe rediscovered Italian Primitives. Their enter the Louvre and the Pre-Raphaelites movement in England reflect this trend. Cabinetmakers worked on huge walnut and oak wood very architectural furniture. The example of the Païva's Mansion on the Champs Elysées is a vivid example.

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Antique Neo-Renaissance fireplace in oak with a painting with two putti (Reference - Available at Galerie Marc Maison Saint Ouen, Fireplace Inserts, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, Corinthian, Coat Of Arms, 19th Century, Primitive, Carving

Antique Neo-Renaissance fireplace in oak with a painting with two putti - Wood

This antique Neo-Renaissance style fireplace was made in the 19th century in oak, darkened wood very popular among the creators of the Neo-Renaissance style. The jambs consists of Corinthian columns. They support a frieze richly decorated with foliage, characteristic patterns of the Renaissance, with in its center two young men supporting coat of arms. On the mantel top, a painting represents two putti. On both sides, a caryatid and an Atlantean are carved in high relief in the wood. This…

Antique Neo-Renaissance fireplace in oak with a painting with two putti (Reference - Available at Galerie Marc Maison Saint Ouen, Fireplace Inserts, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, Corinthian, Coat Of Arms, 19th Century, Primitive, Carving

Antique Neo-Renaissance fireplace in oak with a painting with two putti - Wood

This antique Neo-Renaissance style fireplace was made in the 19th century in oak, darkened wood very popular among the creators of the Neo-Renaissance style. The jambs consists of Corinthian columns. They support a frieze richly decorated with foliage, characteristic patterns of the Renaissance, with in its center two young men supporting coat of arms. On the mantel top, a painting represents two putti. On both sides, a caryatid and an Atlantean are carved in high relief in the wood. This…

An exceptional Neo-Renaissance fireplace from the Chateau of Montgeon, Le Havre. Attributed to the decorator of the Biencourt Salon at the Chateau of Azay-le-Rideau, Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard. Paris Architecture, Renaissance Fashion, Tear Down, Champs Elysees, French Antiques, Castle, Louvre, Stairs, Fire

The exceptional monumental fireplace originating from the Chateau of Montgeon attributed to Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard

Stone Dimensions : H : 13ft 9” 1/4 ; W : 10ft 2”; D : 38” 1/2. Originating from the Chateau of Montgeon, Le Havre (France). Circa 1870. Bearing an impressive overmantel where a Muse teaches a musician angel to play the viol, this monumental fireplace was installed on the ground floor of the...

To the left : fireplace in the Salon of the Biencourt Marquises with its painted decor, Azay-le-Rideau, antique postcard. To the right : fireplace in the Chateau of Montgeon, during the castle’s demolition. Renaissance Fashion, Champs Elysees, French Antiques, Primitive, Louvre, Mansions, Stone, Architecture, Chateaus

The exceptional monumental fireplace originating from the Chateau of Montgeon attributed to Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard

Stone Dimensions : H : 13ft 9” 1/4 ; W : 10ft 2”; D : 38” 1/2. Originating from the Chateau of Montgeon, Le Havre (France). Circa 1870. Bearing an impressive overmantel where a Muse teaches a musician angel to play the viol, this monumental fireplace was installed on the ground floor of the...

The "Salon of the Biencourt Marquises" at the Chateau of Azay-le-Rideau, reconstruction of the room by the Centre des monuments nationaux and the Mobilier national. Loire Valley, Champs Elysees, Cabinet Makers, Ground Floor, Castle, Mansions, Architecture, French Chateau, Room

The exceptional monumental fireplace originating from the Chateau of Montgeon attributed to Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard

Stone Dimensions : H : 13ft 9” 1/4 ; W : 10ft 2”; D : 38” 1/2. Originating from the Chateau of Montgeon, Le Havre (France). Circa 1870. Bearing an impressive overmantel where a Muse teaches a musician angel to play the viol, this monumental fireplace was installed on the ground floor of the...

An exceptional Neo-Renaissance fireplace from the Chateau of Montgeon, Le Havre. Attributed to the decorator of the Biencourt Salon at the Chateau of Azay-le-Rideau, Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard. Stone Mantel, Fireplace Mantels, Making Charcoal, Francis I, French Castles, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, Corinthian, Arabesque

The exceptional monumental fireplace originating from the Chateau of Montgeon attributed to Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard

Stone Dimensions : H : 13ft 9” 1/4 ; W : 10ft 2”; D : 38” 1/2. Originating from the Chateau of Montgeon, Le Havre (France). Circa 1870. Bearing an impressive overmantel where a Muse teaches a musician angel to play the viol, this monumental fireplace was installed on the ground floor of the...

An exceptional Neo-Renaissance fireplace from the Chateau of Montgeon, Le Havre. Attributed to the decorator of the Biencourt Salon at the Chateau of Azay-le-Rideau, Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard. Fireplace Design, Fireplace Mantels, Making Charcoal, Architecture Classique, Saint Roch, Trumeau, Stone Mantel, Francis I, Dark House

The exceptional monumental fireplace originating from the Chateau of Montgeon attributed to Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard

Stone Dimensions : H : 13ft 9” 1/4 ; W : 10ft 2”; D : 38” 1/2. Originating from the Chateau of Montgeon, Le Havre (France). Circa 1870. Bearing an impressive overmantel where a Muse teaches a musician angel to play the viol, this monumental fireplace was installed on the ground floor of the...

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Antique Fireplaces, Architectural elements, Stained Glass, Mantels & Chimneypieces

Marc Maison Gallery is an antique fireplaces and architectural dealer based in Paris and Puces de Saint-Ouen. We provide antique mantels, chimney pieces, fire surrounds, fireplace accessories and mantelpieces in homes and businesses around the world.

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Antique Fireplaces, Architectural elements, Stained Glass, Mantels & Chimneypieces

Marc Maison Gallery is an antique fireplaces and architectural dealer based in Paris and Puces de Saint-Ouen. We provide antique mantels, chimney pieces, fire surrounds, fireplace accessories and mantelpieces in homes and businesses around the world.

Henri-Auguste FOURDINOIS - Neo-Renaissance style table decorated with chimeras - Gueridons, Stands, Pedestals, sellettes Japanese Wall, Second Empire, Renaissance Fashion, Chimera, Hand Shapes, Objet D'art, Architectural Elements, Wood Carving, French Antiques

Henri-Auguste FOURDINOIS (1830-1907) - Neo-Renaissance style table decorated with chimeras - Gueridons, Stands, Pedestals, sellettes

Sculpted with virtuosity in the Neo-Renaissance style, this exceptional table shows a great mastery of composition and ornamental vocabulary, demonstrating Henri-Auguste Fourdinois's knowledge of the works from the past, which he knows how to renew into creations of a dazzling stylistic syncretism and an extraordinary quality of execution. All the ornamentation contributes to highlight, in a brilliant illustration, a decorative vocabulary inspired by the greatest masters of the Renaissance…

Henri-Auguste FOURDINOIS - Neo-Renaissance style table decorated with chimeras Available on 's website Sphinx, Japanese Wall, Auguste, Second Empire, Victorian Furniture, Renaissance Fashion, Chimera, Hand Shapes, Objet D'art

Henri-Auguste FOURDINOIS (1830-1907) - Neo-Renaissance style table decorated with chimeras - Gueridons, Stands, Pedestals, sellettes

Sculpted with virtuosity in the Neo-Renaissance style, this exceptional table shows a great mastery of composition and ornamental vocabulary, demonstrating Henri-Auguste Fourdinois's knowledge of the works from the past, which he knows how to renew into creations of a dazzling stylistic syncretism and an extraordinary quality of execution. All the ornamentation contributes to highlight, in a brilliant illustration, a decorative vocabulary inspired by the greatest masters of the Renaissance…

Beautiful antique Neo-Renaissance style walnut carved table with lions and mythical animals - Antique Dining Room Sets Antique Dining Room Sets, Renaissance Architecture, Roman Soldiers, Renaissance Fashion, Art Object, Floral Motif, Bengal, Mythical Creatures, French Antiques

Beautiful antique Neo-Renaissance style walnut carved table with lions and mythical animals - Antique Dining Room Sets

This impressive carved walnut table is from the end of the 19th century and belongs to the Neo-Renaissance style. The whole structure beneath the table and around the table surface are fully carved. The frieze around the table is made of long, leafy spirals, and there is a lion's head in each corner. There are four winged mythical creatures with a lion's head and body, a ram's horn, and a woman's breasts. The table is decorated with Ancient Greek and Roman-style designs, typically used…

Antique Neo-Renaissance style walnut mantelpiece With Diane de Poitiers coat of arms after the monumental fireplace coming from the Chateau of Villeroy and exhibited at the Louvre Museum - Wood Metal Fire Pit, Fire Pits, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, Walnut Wood, Coat Of Arms, French Antiques, Art Decor, Woodcarving

Antique Neo-Renaissance style walnut mantelpiece With Diane de Poitiers coat of arms after the monumental fireplace coming from the Chateau of Villeroy and exhibited at the Louvre Museum - Wood

This exquisite hooded fireplace was made during the 19th century out of walnut wood, and follows the Neo-Renaissance style. At the centre of the entablature, a Red Griotte marble cabochon is placed. The rest of the entablature is elaborately carved with sphinxes. The Diane de Poitiers coat of arms, 3 intertwined C, are on the end of the frieze. The Sphinxes decorating the frieze of this fireplace are made after the monumental fireplace from the Château de Villeroy in Mennecy and now…

BELLANGER, cabinetmaker - Neo-Renaissance style display cabinet made out of carved walnut with chimeras decor - Bookcases, desks, Vitrines Eclectic Furniture, Palace Of Versailles, Cabinet Making, Renaissance Fashion, Chimera, World's Fair, Bookcases, Desks, Making Out

BELLANGER, cabinetmaker - Neo-Renaissance style display cabinet made out of carved walnut with chimeras decor - Bookcases, desks, Vitrines

Tall display cabinet made out of richly carved walnut. The upper part is framed by two columns with hunchback caryatids. In the middle, there is a rectangular glass window that can be opened. It is adorned with two consoles supported by four different Renaissance-style busts. The lower part includes a drawer, and has a door carved with fantastic animals in the center that can be opened. The cabinet is framed by two chimeras. A copper plate bears the inscriptionMEUBLES SCULPTES - BELLANGER –…

Jean-François GECHTER (1796-1844) (follower of) Pair of Candelabras in bronze, Neo-Renaissance style #19thcentury #frenchantiques Candelabra, Candlesticks, Bronze, Renaissance Fashion, Sculpting, Sculptures, Carving, Statue, Artist

Jean-François GECHTER (1796-1844) (follower of) Pair of Candelabras in bronze - Candelabras, candlesticks

This exceptional Neo-Renaissance style pair of candelabras in silvered bronze, representing two warriors in armour, was modelled by Jean-François Théodore Gechter and made around 1860. The expert work of carving each minute detail of the armoury, is characteristic of the sculptor’s style and emphasizes his technical brilliance. Jean-François Théodore Gechter exhibited regularly at the Salon from 1824 to 1844, from subjects in the Romantic movement to historical themes, through which he…