'bodyguard Of The King, Around 1720' - Sanguine Early Nineteenth flag

'bodyguard Of The King, Around 1720' - Sanguine Early Nineteenth
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Object description :

"'bodyguard Of The King, Around 1720' - Sanguine Early Nineteenth"
Beautiful representation in 'blood ink' of a King's soldier in bivouac on the Grand Place of Antwerp (Belgium).
The drawing line is fine and mastered, in both proportions and contrasts.
Set in a Louis XVI glazed frame.

Regarding the subject, it is more specifically a King's Bodyguard recognizable to his hussar, his gloves, and his tricorn decorated with ribbon.
The Grand Place of Antwerp is clearly identifiable by its roofs, facades and statues that adorn it.
Price:250 €
Artist : M.loreal
Period:19th century
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Papier
Width : 16,5 cm
Height : 24,5 cm
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