Arundel Society chromolithograph of the Annunciation
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A Rare Arundel Society chromolithograph of the Annunciation Jan Van Eyck
After Jan van Eyck Ghent alters pice.
This delightful triptych was drawn and chromolithograph by Christian Schultz (1817-1882) and printed by Hangard Mauge for the first Arundel society publication.
The Arundel Society was founded in London in 1849 and named after the 17th-century art collector, Thomas Howard, the Earl of Arundel. The society’s purpose was to promote knowledge of the artworks of Italian, Flemish, and other European masters.
An interesting fact when Schultz drew and chromolithograph the annunciation it would most likely to have had yellowed and cloudy varnish and had been overpainted.
Restoration of the Ghent alter piece completed in 2021
These antique chromolithographs are will collected and are getting harder and harder to find these days.
This antique print is in its original frame and backing board.
As you would expect from a 19th-century print little fading but also some staining. Please see photos as they form part of the description
Please Select, United Kingdom
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