A LARGE FRENCH SEVRES STYLE PAINTED PLAQUE TITLED 'THE LAST SUPPER'
A Large French Sevres-style porcelain hand-painted plaque portraying "The Last Supper" after Leonardo da Vinci is a remarkable piece from around 1870. The scene, a rendition of Da Vinci's iconic masterpiece, is enclosed within an Onyx and Champlevé enamel frame, elevating its presentation and aesthetic appeal.
The plaque's artistry is a testament to the intricate hand-painted craftsmanship typical of Sevres-style porcelain. The detailed rendition of "The Last Supper" within this frame showcases the skill and attention to detail of the artist, A. Maglin, who signed the piece.
The choice of an Onyx and Champlevé enamel frame further enhances the plaque's elegance, providing a luxurious and ornate setting that complements the artwork's significance. This combination of meticulous painting, fine porcelain, and the ornate frame speaks to the artistic and aesthetic sensibilities of the period.
As a collector's item, this piece not only pays homage to Leonardo da Vinci's renowned artwork but also embodies the exquisite craftsmanship and artistry of the era it represents.
France, Circa 1870
Signed: A. Maglin