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Unique OAR Registrant Number:

MRMA0055

OIL PAINTING FINE MASTER PAINTER CIRCA 18th Century PIECE British Romantic Scene

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PAINTING REF 11055

 

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

Attributed to Patrick Nasmyth Similar $50,000 Premier Collection

( 18th / early 19th century )

 

Title: Romantic view 
Artist: Nasmyth Patrick Attributed .
As we have no paperwork
Signed:  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
 
 
Condition: Good
 
Country: French school
 
Frame size : 31.5 in x 27.5in
( 80 cm x 70 cm)
 
Canvas size : 24" x 20 " 
 

With an estimate of £8000 - £10000

Description: Nasmyth was one of the eleven children of Barbara and Alexander Nasmyth of Edinburgh. Six of his sisters were notable artists whilst his younger brother, James, was a prominent engineer who invented the steam hammer.[1]Nasmyth was born in Edinburgh and was named after his father's patron, Patrick Miller. He developed an affinity for art at an early age. He and his siblings were all given art lessons. His father was keen to see that they were independent.[1] As a teenager Nasmyth lost the use of his right hand following an accident, forcing him to learn how to paint with his left. He also lost most of his hearing through illness.

Much of Nasmyth's work, a great deal of which is undated, depicts his native Scotland, which he continued to paint even after moving to London in 1810. Like his father, he was heavily influenced by the Dutch masters of the 17th century, particularly Meindert Hobbema and Jacob van Ruysdael (a large number of works by both men were displayed in London galleries during Nasmyth's lifetime).

Nasmyth died of pneumonia-like symptoms, which he contracted shortly after painting a scene just outside London.

The beautiful gold gilt frame is original to the painting.

 

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