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Pablo Reinoso


H 420
H 165.5
L 481
L 189.5
W 481
W 189.5

About The Piece

Gloriette (from the 12th century French for “little glory”) is defined as an elevated structure built within an outdoor environment, often in the form of a pavilion or tempietto with open sides. The largest and probably most well-known gloriette is in the Schönbrunn Palace Garden in Vienna. Built in 1775, this gloriette served as both a focal point and a lookout point for the garden, and was used as a dining hall and festival hall as well as a breakfast room for Emperor Franz Joseph I.

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