Sign By Labatie, Italian Romantic School Period Oil On Canvas The Spinner Circa 1830 flag


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"Sign By Labatie, Italian Romantic School Period Oil On Canvas The Spinner Circa 1830"
Sign by Labatie, Italian Romantic School Period Oil on Canvas The Spinner Circa 1830

A fine quality in this lovely and ornamental oil on canvas depicting a figurative scene, The Spinner in the Italy early-19th century, signed on the lower left by Labatie, circa 1830.

Italian school in the manner of the figurative scenes of the famous painter Leopold Robert.

In fine condition, gorgeous original gilt frame.

Measurements unframed: W 23.62 In. - H 28.74 In.
Measurements with frame: W 31.10 In. - H 39.37 In.

Labatie: Active painter in the first part of the 19th century, figurative scenes and still live painter, a follower of the famous painter Léopold Robert.

Louis Leopold Robert: May 13, 1794 - March 20, 1835, in Venice.
Price : 2800 €
Artist : Labatie - Suiveur Ou Atelier De Louis Léopold Robert
Period:19th century
Style:Louis Philippe, Charles 10th
Condition : En très bon état de conservation, beau cadre en bois doré.

Material : Huile sur toile - cadre en bois doré
Length: 60
Height : 73

Reference : 824968
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