Attributed to Pierre REYMOND (active between 1537 and 1585) and his workshop. Hunting plate, circa 1550 in enamel painted in grisaille and gilded on a black background representing in the background a hunting hunt composed of two horsemen and their mounts accompanied by two dogs. The descent is decorated with dot and wave motifs, the marli composed of a frieze of fruit and foliage in grisaille. The reverse on a black background has a floral motif in the centre accompanied by fleurs-de-lis. The border is adorned with a branch of ivy running across the whole. Signed " P.R ". Limoges, mid 16th century, circa 1550. Diam. 17.5 cm (small accidents). Provenance : - Gallery A. Vecht, Amsterdam, - collection abbaye de S., Auvergne. Court hunting plate, in painted enamel Limousin attributed to Pierre Reymond and his workshop, mid 16th century. Extension on rouillac.com : - essay "Plates and enamelled bowl from the abbey of S." by Brice Langlois, art historian.
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