Furniture Collections in the Louvre, by Daniel Alcouffe, Anne Dion-Tenebaum, Amaury Lefebure en Bill G. B. Pallot. Printed in 1995 and written in English, and consisting of 2 volumes. Volume 1: 360 pages and 345 illustrations in colour. Volume 2: 212 pages and 205 illustration in colour. The book is clothbound, in a slipcase.
The book measures 23 x 30 cm.
"Of all the important collections of furniture exhibited in Paris or Versailles, in New York or other capital cities, that the Louvre is indisputably the richest and the most admired. Since inheriting the French royal collections, it has been enriched regularly with objects commensurate with the prestige of its origins, in accordance with a very selective acquisitions policy."