Service du grand chambellan : Memoire de peintures de decorations faites pour la Théâtre de la cour, d'après les dessins de M. Isabey ... par Ciceri, peintre des Théâtre de la cour, et du Grand Opéra : manuscript, 1813 Jan. 10.

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France. Maison de l'empereur et roi. Service du grand chambellan : Memoire de peintures de decorations faites pour la Théâtre de la cour, d'après les dessins de M. Isabey ... par Ciceri, peintre des Théâtre de la cour, et du Grand Opéra : manuscript, 1813 Jan. 10.

Service du grand chambellan : Memoire de peintures de decorations faites pour la Théâtre de la cour, d'après les dessins de M. Isabey ... par Ciceri, peintre des Théâtre de la cour, et du Grand Opéra : manuscript, 1813 Jan. 10.

Accounts for expenses related to various curtains and scenery painted by Ciceri after designs by Isabey, as well as their fees.

1 v. ([5] p. ) ; 40 cm.

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