Italian 18th Century Baroque Landscape with Ruins and Figures
Baroque Capriccio with Ruins and Figures, Early 18th Century Italian oil on canvas painting, circle of Alessandro Magnasco, il Lissandrino, in good age related condition. The composition of the work focuses mainly on the ruins, observed by the Roman knight observing two beggars sitting on the rubble as to emphasize the decadence of the classical world.
The painting has been lined and reported on a new frame. Has been restored and has some painting additions. It comes from a Lombard private collection, set within a later 19th century French plaster frame.
height: 90 /125 cm
width: 113 /142 cm
depth: 8,5 cm
Early 18th century oil on canvas painting with figures depicting a departure, within a modern giltwood frame.
Good age related condition, this antique Italian school painting comes from a private palazzo of Milan.
The figures are portrayed on a patio in a farewell, the two figures on the left in the foreground embrace, he is armed with a sword, while the female figure on the right carries a basket of precious and valuable pots; beyond the balustrade, other figures are moving crates, as if the young man were leaving.
In the background, vegetation and buildings. The painting is in good age related condition, it is an excellent first canvas painting, never lined and shows some restorations consistent with its history of 300 years. Canvas only measures without frame: Height 75 cm Width 99 cm.
Italian oil on canvas genre painting dating back to mid 19th century, depicting lively banquets with guests, in good condition, framed with original carved giltwood frame. It is signed with a red monogram E.T. lower right.
It is a copy of the Dutch Jan Steen painter (Leida 1626/1679) and represent a lively banquet with guests and a violin player. It comes from a private residence in Milan; good age related condition. The canvas size is 40 x 51,5 centimeters.
Frame size is 52,5 x 53,5 x 5 centimeters / 20.87 in.Hx25.2 in.Wx1.97 in.D
An Italian oil on canvas genre painting dating back to mid-19th century, after Volterrano's famous the Prank of Pievano Arlotto, a 17th century famous painting exposed in Palazzo Pitti Florence, by Baldassare Franceschini, (Volterra 1611-Florence 1698), known as Il Volterrano after his native town of Volterra, was a highly prolific Tuscan painter active in Florence. The composition depicts a crowded banquet and a joke between guests with ecclesiastical robes a lively banquet with many guests and a caste in the background. In good condition, framed with original carved giltwood frame. Signed with a red monogram lower left E.T.