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    19th Century Flemish Oil On Panel Painting With Sotheby's Provenance

    19th Century Flemish Oil On Panel Painting With Sotheby's Provenance

    $740 (approx conversion from £585)

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    About this item

    This is a lovely early 19th Century Oil on Panel Painting depicting a small cottage with figures talking through an open window and a lone figure taking his dog for a stroll in the distance.

    In the Manner of ''David Teniers The Younger'' (Flemish - 1610-1690).

    David Teniers was the most famous 17th-century painter of peasant life. He enjoyed international popularity in his own lifetime and during the 18th century, especially in France. Teniers's success was marked by the acquisition of a country house in 1662 and by the grant in 1680 of a patent of nobility. His work was imitated by many followers, including his son, David Teniers Iii.

    Teniers was born in Antwerp and probably trained by his father, David Teniers the Elder. The work of Brouwer was an important influence. Teniers produced a more refined version of Brouwer's peasant scenes, and later created scenes of fashionable life. His work was also influenced by his father-in-law

    In 1632-3 Teniers became a master in the Guild of Saint Luke in Antwerp. By 1649 he was probably already working for the King of Spain, as well as for Prince William of Orange and the Governor of the Netherlands, Archduke Leopold William.

    In 1651 Teniers moved to Brussels where Archduke Leopold became his main employer. Archduke had assembled a famous collection of paintings, which became the nucleus of the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. Teniers' picture gallery paintings were based on this collection.

    Provenance: Sotheby's, London, 1st February 1956.

    It is beautifully executed and it is a wonderfully atmospheric scene.

    Mounted within the original & impressive 19th Century gilt moulded frame with attached label verso which reads:

    ''Village with Pheasants outside a cottage door, by Teniers, Sotheby. London sale 1st Feb. 1956''

    Attributes:

    Oil on panel Painting

    Circa: 1830-1840


    Condition : Offered in an overall very good original condition and ready to be enjoyed immediately.
    Materials : Oil on Panel (wood)
    Origin : Dutch, Flemish, European
    Manufacture Date : 1830-1840

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    Additional Information

    Code

    AB-110093 (AB-110093)

    Dimensions

    W: 13" (33 cm)H: 11" (27.9 cm)D: 1.7" (4.3 cm)

    Period

    19th Century

    Nationality

    Dutch

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