Lovisa Ulrika's dining-room, Royal Palace.Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The Lovisa Ulrika’s dining-room or large drawing-room in Stockholm Palace was decorated in the 1740’s and 50’s under the direction of the architect Carl Hårleman (d. 1753) and, like the rest of the royal residence, it was done in Rococo style, inspired by the modern interior decoration in France. Artists and craftsmen were summoned from Paris and were responsible for the main part of the work. Essential parts of the dining-room fixtures, such as carved panels and frames in white and gold, were grouped round the paintings by J.-B. Oudry which had already been purchased for the palace in the 1720’s. The walls were covered with green damask.
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