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"Italian School From The Beginning Of The 19th Century - Bacchus As A Child And Apollo As A Child"
Italian school from the beginning of the 19th century Oil on canvas (2) 99 x 65 cm (103 x 78 cm with the frame) Old frames with gadroons and palmette decoration The theme of these paintings forming a pendant is Bacchus and Apollo for children. The very smooth style, all in roundness with a very strong drawing and a classic composition recalls the classical art of the Bolognese school of the 17th Italian and in particular Guido Réni. But the invoice seems more recent and more precisely dates from the beginning of the 19th century. It is probably a 19th century copy of decorative panels by a 17th century Italian artist close to Guido Réni. The effect is very beautiful with the power of the drawing, the tight framing and the beautiful and frank colors, as well as the set of two oval compositions forming a pendant. The very good condition and the beautiful old frames add to the decorative effect.
Price: 3500 €
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Artist: Ecole Italienne Du Début Du Xixe Siècle
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Excellent état

Material: Oil painting
Width: 99 cm (103 cm avec le cadre)
Height: 65 cm (78 cm avec le cadre)

Reference: 852555
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Italian School From The Beginning Of The 19th Century - Bacchus As A Child And Apollo As A Child
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