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Great Still Life Of Flowers Early Eighteenth
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"Great Still Life Of Flowers Early Eighteenth"
Gaspare Lopez said "Gasparo dei Fiori" (Naples i1667- Rome 1732) Early 18th century Canvas dimensions 139 x 172 frame 150 x 180 Extraordinary Still Life of Flowers particularly complex and rich in botanical species. This is a typical example of the pictorial skills of Gaspare Lopez called "Gasparo dei Fiori" director of important active floral still lives first in Naples and later in Rome and Florence. The vibrant composition shown here is characteristic of the themes proposed by the Neapolitan artist specializing in works dominated by large waterfalls of flowers and set outside among the natural elements. The work, despite its large size, is completely redundant with flowers and, as in its most important achievements, the context of the frame is particularly elaborate. The rocks wet with water, which cascades through them, represent an ideal background and are represented in an excellent manner. Very good state of conservation with old frame in solid walnut wood. Certificate of authenticity FIMA CINOA Negotiable price Do not hesitate to send all your questions by e-mail clic info@antichitaischia.it
Price:9600 €
Artist : Gaspare Lopez (napoli1677-roma1732)
Period:17th century
Style:Renaissance, Louis 13th
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Huile sur toile
Width : 150
Height : 180
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