"French School Eighteenth Time "the Charlatans Italians" Of After Karel Dujardin"Beautiful painting French School eighteenth time "The Charlatans Italians" by Karel Dujardin. This picture comes from the sale of the Gallery of Eve Metz which took place in Cologne (Heberle) on 20 and 21 March 1899, it was number 64 and was reproduced in the catalog. It is also listed in the catalog raisonné "The paintings of Karel Dujardin (1626-1678), written by JM Kilian, as No. 38D as recovery of the original painting. This painting is on panel prepared ruins of Roman landscape background, . a troupe of traveling comedians mocking Italians medicine and doctors and their drugs the high quality of execution, the softness of the colors and the particular attention to detail make this painting a particularly touching work Dimensions.: 61 cm x 54 cm (including frame) and 49.5 cm x 42 cm (without frame painting) Very nice condition with nineteenth stucco and gilt wood frame the original painting by Karel Dujardin dating from 1657, acquired the sale Blondel of Agincourt returned to the Louvre in 1783 in the collections of Louis XVI.