Drawing room in George Sand's country house
in Nohant, where she entertained contemporary
writers and friends and where she spent several
summers with her lover, Frederic Chopin.
Autumn, allegory, 1573
Canvas, 76 x 63,5 cm
Goblets and oysters.
Oil on oakwood (1637)
52 x 74 cm
La marmite de cuivre - Still-life with copper pot.
Canvas, 32 x 40cm.
Still-life with parrot.
Oil on canvas (around 1650)
116 x 169 cm
Chateau de Nohant, home of French romantic writer
and journalist George Sand, pseudonym for Amandine-
Lucie-Aurore Dupin (1804-1876). Her best-known lover
was composer Frederic Chopin. When Napoleon III made
himself Emperor, the liberal Sand retired to Nohant.
Breakfast table with bramble-pie.
Still-life. Broken glass and watch
are used as symbols of vanitas.
Oil on oakwood (1631)
54 x 82 cm
Dining room in George Sand's country house Nohant,
where her lover Frederic Chopin spent many
summers resting and composing.
Vegetable market (July-August), 1590
Part of a series showing the seasons, see 40-02-01/8
Canvas, 108,5 x 220 cm
Diningroom (triclinium) with beds around the
table. Villa Kerylos, model of a Greek villa
around 450 BCE, built by French art-historian and
archaeologist Theodore Reinach, 1905. Furniture
copied from antique models. See also 14-02-06/30-41
The Vegetable Gardener (reversible), 1590
Oil on panel, 35 x 24 cm
Relief of Cheti. The son of Cheti and his wife
offer a rich funerary meal to his deceased parents.
Limestone, painted, early Middle Kingdom, 12th dynasty,
around 1980 BCE
Oil on oakwood (1550)
85 x 171 cm
Rideau, Cruchon et Compotier
(Curtain, jug and bowl of fruit)
Oil on canvas, 1893-94
59 x 72.4 cm
Harmony in Red,1908.
The Wedding at Cana. Detail of the cat. Photograph before restoration. From the Benedictine Convent of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice.
Canvas (1562-1563), 666 x 990 cm
Inv. 142 (detail of 40-08-02/34, 37-38)
Oakwood, 34 x 41 cm
Market scene, around 1560
Oakwood, 91 x 112 cm
Breakfast room,Alnwick Castle,Northumberland.
La marchande de fruits et legumes -
The greengrocer, 1630
Canvas, 120 x 165 cm