Paris La Concierge Signed Painting
Marcel Harang (Paris 1910) framed and signed colored print of the former Paris prison titled “Paris La Conciergerie” The Conciergerie, was once the most notorious prison in all of France. It's also is the oldest remaining part of the Palais De la Cite', the seat of the kings of France from the 10th through the 14th centuries. In the 6th century, Clovis established his royal residence on Le de la Cité. It wasn't until 1358 that Charles V moved the royal residence to the Louvre on the right bank of the Seine. This building, The Conciergerie, probably got its name from the Concierge, the official Keeper of the kings household. Frame does show wear.
- Condition Very Good See description
- Size 17 x 19
- Location Off Site
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- Lot # 005
- System ID # 30141249
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