SOLD ITEM 3664 - Francois Boucher Porcelain Urn

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Francois Boucher Porcelain Urn or vase with handles and a lid, dates to about 1900 or so, but the stamped numbers on the base are not enough to identify the manufacturer or the country of origin. The "signature" on the log is not a true signature because the scene is transfer-printed, not hand-painted. F. Boucher stands for Francois Boucher, a renowned French artist who was born in 1703 and died in 1770. He was a court favorite of King Louis XV. He painted mostly romantic scenes of lovers in idyllic surroundings. His paintings hang in museums all over the world. This urn is printed with an image of one of his paintings.
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