Joseph François Parrocel (1704; 1781) Attributed. Turkish Horsemen Attacked By Tigers flag

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"Joseph François Parrocel (1704; 1781) Attributed. Turkish Horsemen Attacked By Tigers"
Joseph François Parrocel (1704; 1781) attributed. The attack of the tigers

Canvas mounted on hard cardboard of 62 cm by 40 cm
Frame 77.5 cm by 54.5 cm

An old attribution on the back: Raden Saleh

This very beautiful painting takes up the theme of the attack of big cats here on Turkish horsemen. Since Rubens in the 17th century many painters have represented lions or tigers in these scenes. The genre even experienced a resurgence in popularity with orientalists such as Eugène Delacroix, all his students and many other painters.

Joseph François Parrocel (1704; 1781)

He was a pupil of his father, Pierre Parrocel. Approved at the Academy in 1753, he appeared in the salons from 1755 to 1781 with historical subjects. He is one of the members of a dynasty of French painters from the 17th century (Barthélémy Parrocel 1595; 1660) to the 19th century (Etienne Antoine Parrocel 1817; 1896). He is a painter of history, battles, mythological subjects... in line with the dynasty. It can be found in many museums such as Avignon, Versailles, Dublin...
Price: 3 800 €
Artist: Joseph François Parrocel (1704 ; 1781) Attribué.
Period: 18th century
Style: Louis 15th - Transition
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Oil painting
Length: 62 cm, 78 cm avec le cadre
Width: 40 cm, 55 cm avec le cadre

Reference: 1047458
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