Landscape With Figures Flemish School 18th Century flag


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Object description :

"Landscape With Figures Flemish School 18th Century"
Oil painting on panel measuring 48 x 32 cm without frame and 58 x 43 cm with frame depicting a landscape with figures from the Flemish school of the 18th century.

A lively painting animated by a group of wayfarers on the right with a fine sense of perspective and a skilful distribution of characters and spaces.

The chromatic impact is beautiful with these light, warm tones that blend with the peace and tranquillity of this viewpoint enveloped and surrounded by Nature.

The paintings and works of art published here are my exclusive property and therefore are always available to be viewed, by appointment, in my exhibition sites located in Sanremo and Brescia.

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Mr. Riccardo Moneghini
Art Historian
Price: 2 200 €
Artist: école Flamande
Period: 18th century
Style: Louis 15th - Transition
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Oil painting on wood
Length: 48
Width: 32

Reference: 1148897
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Landscape With Figures Flemish School 18th Century
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