Common Hare, Flemish School XVII, Nicasius Bernaerts flag

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"Common Hare, Flemish School XVII, Nicasius Bernaerts"
Oil on canvas (réentoilée) representing a hare running in a landscape with deer, deer, ducks, kingfisher, Flemish work of the XVII, this "beautiful" painting is attributed to the work of Nicasius Bernaerts, born in Antwerp in 1620 and died in Paris in 1678, he has a recognized career in France as an animal painter and still life, the king orders him the famous serie of all the paintings of the menagerie of Versailles, he was the master of Alexandre François Desportes The work presented here is quite comparable to its production, the canvas is in good condition, freshness of the colors, the canvas is presented in an old wooden frame and gilded stucco XVIII (cut) canvas only measures 65 by 80 Very decorative set
Price: 6900 €
Artist: Nicasius Bernaerts
Period: 17th century
Style: Louis 14th, Regency
Condition: Bon état

Material: Huile sur toile
Width: 83
Height: 100

Reference: 528809
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Common Hare, Flemish School XVII, Nicasius Bernaerts

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