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MRMA0055

FINE ORIGINAL ANTIQUE 18th CENTURY BRITISH OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING ROMANTICSCENE

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PAINTING REF 110204

Good Condition canvas but very old. Cleaned ,Relined , re-vanished ,re-stretched Ready to hang. " frame is in wonderful condition 

Fine Original Antique 18th Century British OLD MASTER OIL PAINTING Romantic Scene GOLD GILT FRAME

NEW COLLECTION Of RARE PIECES OF ENGLISH HISTORY

By Richard Wilson Similar $2000,000
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( late 18th century )

 

Title: Romantic Religious scene
 
Artist: Richard Wilson Ra attr
As we have no line of paperwork.
 
Signed : unsigned Note; 5. Is the painting signed - it always helps if it is , REMEMBER before c. 1860 it was more common than not for artists NOT to sign there works ,you where mean't to know who the artist was by the style /hand , but this has been lost over time. so don't be put off if its an early work you are viewing with no signature .
 
Provenance: john castagno art
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Medium : Oil painting on canvas
Has been relined at some stage in life
 
Note ; needs good light to see the great hand of a this master painter
 
 
Condition: Good
 
Country: British school
 
Frame size : 36.5 in x 29.5 in
( 93 cm x 75 cm)
 
 
Canvas size : 29" x 23"
 
 

With an estimate of £20000 - £30000

Description: Richard Wilson ra was a pioneer of landscape painting in Britain. He visited Italy and, in Rome, met the French painter Joseph Vernet, who encouraged his interest in landscape. Like Vernet, Wilson was deeply influenced by the work of Claude and Gaspard Dughet, and he interpreted the English and Welsh landscapes in their manner after his return to England. Wilson is sometimes called 'The English Claude'.

 

Wilson was born in Wales, moving in about 1729 to London, where he trained with Thomas Wright as a portrait painter. A number of topographical views by Wilson of the 1740s are known, but it was not until working in Italy that Wilson turned seriously to landscape. He visited Venice in 1750/1 and then moved to Rome. After his return to England in 1756/7 he continued to paint views of Italy as well as views of England. He exhibited at the Society of Artists from 1760 and was a founder member of the Royal Academy in 1768, though he died in poverty and relative obscurity.

 

 

 

 

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