Huntington Art Gallery: Wall Paneling (“Boiserie”)
This is one of a suite of five silent videos that focus on an object or architectural element on view in the first-floor period rooms of the Huntington Art Gallery. Based on French prototypes, the wall paneling (“boiserie”) in this room includes narrow vertical panels with eleven carved baskets of daffodils, roses, hyacinths and other flowers.
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