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Interior of the hall of the Leiden Society by Paulus Constantjin la Fargue 1780

Posted by on February 12, 2013

Interior of the hall of the Leiden Society_ Paulus Constantjin la Fargue(1729-1782)_1780

Paulus Constantjin la Fargue  (1729-1782)

Detail: window, gallery, art, fireplace, tile, chair, table, cabinet, hand bell, inkwell, quill, coins, book, chandelier hanger, side table. bottle, sconce, corner cupboard, sealing wax, grandfather clock, case clock

2 Responses to Interior of the hall of the Leiden Society by Paulus Constantjin la Fargue 1780

  1. Belle

    Tall clocks were called case clocks in the 18th century. The term grandfather clock was invented in 1895 through the words of a popular song.

  2. Captain Jim

    The man on the left it’s obviously regarding a disguised Tardis.

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