The Return of the Spies from Canaan
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14 pieces of jasparware, blue and white, the central piece a medallion portrait of the late Sir William Hooker, on a diaper of fern leaves, surrounded by four fern branches on an olive ground
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Height: 6 ft as given in Registered Description, Width: 9.17 ft as given in Registered Description, Height: 3190 mm Crate, Width: 3220 mm Crate, Depth: 540 mm Crate, Weight: 540 kg Crate
Panel formed of irregular sections of earthenware painted in enamel colours with "The Return of the Spies from Canaan". Designed by Francois-Eugene Rousseau, Paris, France, about 1865-1869.
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See object information file in Ceramics and Glass Section offices. Same technique (a 'mosaic' of large separate sections of earthenware) as another Rousseau panel in the Collection i.e. 1132-1868.
Cameo; Jasperware; Stoneware; Medallions; Portraits