Abraham Teerlink Seascape With Port Scene And Ruins flag


Object description :

"Abraham Teerlink Seascape With Port Scene And Ruins "
“Seascape with port scene and ruins” Abraham Teerlink (Netherlands 1776 -Rome in 1857) Signed lower right Oil on canvas 1820/30 Measures 74 x 58 frame 89 x 73 Expertise Prof. Ferdinand Arisi Beautiful and particularly lively coastal landscape, full of views and scenes in a port context. It is truly remarkable the depth that the talented author manages to give to this magnificent composition. The work is distinguished by the perfect balance between the shadowy areas in the foreground teeming with figures and boats, and the part against the very bright background of the coast with the clear sky. The ruins of a turret fortress are the protagonists at the center of the canvas and perfectly connect these two areas. This is a very fascinating painting done very well by the famous Dutch master Abraham Teerlink, whose works are exhibited in various museums in Europe, first of all the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Certificate of authenticity Insured shipment with packaging in a wooden case. More photographic details on private site link https://www.antichitaischia.it/it/prodotto/paesaggio-costiero-con-porto--e-rovine
Price: 4600 €
Artist:  abraham Teerlink (pays-bas 1776 -rome En 1857)
Period: 19th century
Style: Louis Philippe, Charles 10th
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Oil painting
Length: 89
Height: 73

Reference: 848818
Contact Dealer
line

"Antichità Ischia Romano" See more objects from this dealer

line

"Marine Painting, Louis Philippe, Charles 10th"

More objects on Proantic.com
Subscribe to newsletter
line
facebook
pinterest
instagram
Antichità Ischia Romano
Antiques Dealer in Riva del Garda (NortherItaly) Paintings, Art, Furniture
Abraham Teerlink Seascape With Port Scene And Ruins
848818-main-617fe44dbdc85.jpg
+39 3487225327
+39 3467581427


*We will send you a confirmation email from info@proantic.com Please check your messages, including the spam folder.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form