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The Schoolmaster. Attributed To Pasquale Rossi (1641-1722)
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"The Schoolmaster. Attributed To Pasquale Rossi (1641-1722)"
Oil on panel Presented in a beautiful carved and gilded wooden frame rechampi green Dimensions: 39 x 34 cm (the only panel: 21 x 15 cm) The schoolmaster is one of the favorite subjects of the painter, he realizes there a charming small picture full of sensitivity. Pasquale Rossi (Vicenza, 1641 - Rome, June 28, 1722) is an Italian painter who was active during the Baroque period in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century in Rome and the Marches excelling especially in genre painting. Self-taught, it is formed in contact with the canons of Venetian painting and under the influence of the Roman. His penchant for genre painting and anecdotal character finds expression in some recurring topics such as that of The School of Sewing and Reading, evident in a canvas kept in the Louvre Museum, the theme of the Music Master with teenagers musicians or The Mistress of Embroidery with Young Women and Girls, part of two canvases from the Bellini Collection in Florence and The School Teacher from the Statens Museum for Kunst in Copenhagen. Very good state of conservation. Sold with invoice & certificate
Price : 3850 €
Artist : Pasquale Rossi (1641-1722)
Period:17th century
Style:Louis 14th, Regency
Condition : Parfait état

Material : Huile sur panneau de noyer
Length: 39
Height : 34

Reference : 531955
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