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“1840 German Neo-Rococo” (2012) (42.5 x 34.5 x 4cm; Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite) resides in the private collection of Hampus Lindwall (Paris, France) and “1810 Empire” (2013) (78 x 51 x 5.5cm; Gold Leaf, Wood, Paint, Composite) resides in a private collection in Toronto, Canada.

Representation: Robert Fontaine Gallery (Miami, Florida)

(83cm x 68cm x 9cm)
1800s Empire: (83cm x 68cm x 9cm)

(34cm x 30cm x 3.5cm)
1840 French Neo-Rococo: (34cm x 30cm x 3.5cm)

(46cm x 46cm x 3cm)
Louis XV Frisbee: (46cm x 46cm x 3cm)

(67cm x 54.5cm x 8cm)
German NeoRococo Naturalistic Style: (67cm x 54.5cm x 8cm)

(78 x 51 x 5.5cm)
1810 Empire: (78 x 51 x 5.5cm)

(42.5 x 34.5 x 4cm)
1840 German Neo-Rococo: (42.5 x 34.5 x 4cm)