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Allegory Of Summer. Flemish School From The Late Sixteenth Early Seventeenth Century. Around 1600

Allegory Of Summer. Flemish School From The Late Sixteenth Early Seventeenth Century. Around 1600
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"Allegory Of Summer. Flemish School From The Late Sixteenth Early Seventeenth Century. Around 1600"
Oil on copper Presented in a very beautiful frame of the same period in carved wood with winding decoration of golden acanthus leaves on a black background. Total size: 65 x 55 cm This Flemish school (southern Spanish Netherlands) from the late sixteenth century, early seventeenth century, represents an allegory of summer with scenes of everyday life. But the subject goes further, because one can see on the hill the "sacrifice of Isaac" which echoes the sheep shorn by the father in front of his son. The author of this beautiful painting executed with great finesse had to make the trip to Italy and specifically to Venice where he was able to admire the works of Jacopo Bassano (1510-1592) since it is inspired by one of the four seasons of the famous Venetian painter. Very good state of conservation. Sold with invoice & certificate

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Allegory Of Summer. Flemish School From The Late Sixteenth Early Seventeenth Century. Around 1600
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