Artistry & Refinemen t

An elegant & well-appointed residence in Rose Hill Plantation. An elegant & well-appointed residence in Rose Hill Plantation

A veritable tribute to fine and historic masterpieces, this elegant and well-appointe home, in step Monthly’s October “arts-infused” issue, features numerous stunning paintings by 19th century English and French artists, which are as grand as the space in which they are displayed. Note the beautiful heart pine flooring throughout). In the magnificent living room, pictured this page: The painting over the fireplace is entitled, “Japanese Wedding Cart” by Heublant (French school). Over the door, visitors will find “A View of Dordrect - the Grote Kerk” by James Webb (English school). The two paintings on the right, by Vogel, include “A View of a Cathedral” and “An Interior of a Church” (Rembrandt’s mother is buried there).

The landscape to the right, Barbizon school, is entitled “Beneath a Cherry Tree - Gardens of Versailles” by Daubi-nay (French school). Porcelains are 18th and early 19th century Chinese Export - Mandarin and Rose Medallion.