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The Blue Salon, chateau de Compiegne. Marie-Louiss smaller and less formal drawing room is characteristic of the taste for vivid colors during the Empire. It was decorated by the Dubois and Redoute firm, 1813-14. The furniture is by Francois-Honore-George Jacob-Desmalter (1770-1841); the sconces, by Claude Galle; and the clock, by Bailly. In the niche is an 1806 statue by Charles-Antoine Callamard (1769-1821).
The Blue Salon, chateau de Compiegne. Marie-Louiss smaller and less formal drawing room is characteristic of the taste for vivid colors during the Empire.  It was decorated by the Dubois and Redoute firm, 1813-14.  The furniture is by Francois-Honore-George Jacob-Desmalter (1770-1841); the sconces, by Claude Galle; and the clock, by Bailly.  In the niche is an 1806 statue by Charles-Antoine Callamard (1769-1821).