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Attributed to François Hervé (active 1781-96)

Side chair late eighteenth century

RCIN 31831

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This pair of chairs is clearly emblematic of Venus, the goddess of Love, whose son, Cupid, carried a bow and love-enflaming arrows. The chairs are part of a set of fourteen that were almost certainly made for Carlton House by the French maker François Hervé.

Supplied to George IV