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Noce de Village (village wedding); an aquatint made by Charles Melchior Descourtis (1753-1820) after the example of Nicolas-Antoine Taunays. Taunay pinxit is on the left under the print. Descourtis sculp is on the right. The description for the performance is: “Noce de Village. Tiré du Cabinets de Monsieur Godefroy. Ancien Controller Général de la Marine. ” The print was published in 1785. Frame dimensions: 276x203mm. Size aquatint: 198x138mm.
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