A French trumeau mirror is a tall, thin, and decorative wall-mounted mirror that is framed by decorative panels. Originally made of wood, modern trumeau mirrors can be made of other materials such as metal or resin. The style of decoration often references French Rococo, Neoclassical, or other styles. The trumeau was popular in the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe, and is still used today as a decorative accessory.
This particular mirror is painted in grey and offers a playful scene with 2 lovers with sheep and their feet and either a younger sibling or jealous lover looking on from behind a monolithic column.
53.5 x 85” x 2.5