Miniature Portrait Christ In The Courtyard Of Gethsemane Garden Of Olives / Beautiful Frame flag


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"Miniature Portrait Christ In The Courtyard Of Gethsemane Garden Of Olives / Beautiful Frame"
Miniature from the 19th century, Christ in the courtyard of Gethsemane. Gouache on ivory. Beautiful frame in inlaid rosewood, marquetry of burgundy mother-of-pearl flowers and tortoiseshell, foliage and brass fillets. Original curved glass. Dimensions: Frame 19.7 cm x 15.5 cm. Iron "Guarantee" mark and engraved workshop stamp Oval miniature at sight 8 cm cm x 6.5 cm Excellent condition. Price nonnegotiable. Payment by check or bank transfer. Shipping costs 14 euros Registered Colissimo or Mondial Relay for France, other countries contact me. An angel carrying the symbol of his Passion, the chalice, announces to him that the time of his sacrifice has come. The Agony at Gethsemane is treated here like most works of the Romantic school of religion, painting in pastel tones and with great softness of composition. The painting is from the period, romantic school around 183/1840, the beginning of the period where the notion of “romantic Christ” was born. This episode of the Garden of Olives was illustrated by great painters such as Delacroix, Chassériau...
Price: 750 €
Period: 19th century
Style: Louis Philippe, Charles 10th
Condition: Good condition

Material: Gouache

Reference: 1261257
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Objets de vitrine et de curiosité, art de la table, Arts décoratifs du XXèm
Miniature Portrait Christ In The Courtyard Of Gethsemane Garden Of Olives / Beautiful Frame
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