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SA580620

Portrait Of A Lady, Her Daughter, And A Pet Dog, 1731: By John And William Verelst.

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£4,650 | $6,192 USD | €5,269 EUR
Item Number: SA580620
Date of manufacture: 18th Century
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Roy Precious - Antiques & Fine Art
This antique has been viewed 50 times in the past month with the most views from the United States.

Description

Oil on copper in a giltwood frame. Signed and dated "John & W:m Verelst / Pinx: 1731" centre left.
A enchanting family group of small size painted on copper by the Verelsts, father and son. The work is of almost a miniaturist's quality with a fine touch of detail. Painted on the smooth surface of copper means that the colours, especially the blue of the dress, have an almost luminous quality.
JOHN VERELST known also as Johannes or Jan (1648 1734), was a Dutch Golden Age painter. After becoming established, he migrated to London in the early 1700s, where he specialized in oil portraits and became known as John Verelst. He was the youngest of three sons of the painter Pieter Hermansz Verelst; all became known as painters.
WILLIAM VERELST (17041752) was an 18th-century English painter; he was born and died in London.He is known for portraits, still lifes, and paintings of birds.
William was the fifth of eight children of the painter John Verelst .
SIZE: 23.5 x19.75 inches including the frame.
PROVENANCE: latterly in a French private collection. The frame bears the misleading (and amusing) label "Johnny William Verelst. Ecole Anglaise XVIIIe"
Internal Ref: 9097



Declaration

This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 18th Century.


Dimensions

Height = 59.5 cm (23.4")
Width = 50 cm (19.7")
Depth = 3 cm (1.2")


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Roy Precious - Antiques & Fine Art
Wiltshire
United Kingdom
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