Small porcelain dish. Qianlong, 18th century, circa 1736-1740, decorated with enamels of the Rose Family, in the center of many figures in a landscape in a gold medallion, the wing with fish and various animals in interspersed green cartouches, green and brown fillets on the edge, small wears.
D: 25.5 cm
Based on a drawing by Cornelis Pronk, representing the doctors' visit to the Emperor; another model is illustrated by David S. Howard,
The choice of the private trader, The Private Market in Chinese Export
Porcelain illustrated from the Hodroff collection, Italy, 1994, p.74, and by William R. Sargent, Treasures of Chinese Export Ceramics, from the
Peabody Essex museum, Salem, 2012, p.280.
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Location of the item France - 75009 Paris