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This dated 1848 portrait is believed to be of David Schofield Painter, who was William Bell Scott's brother-in-law. The condition of this oil on canvas is not good. A great deal of this painting has been reworked!!
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This Autumn Landscape (13 1/2" X 19 1/4") is signed on the lower left side Francis Villeret. This oil on canvas has been cleaned and it is mounted in a new frame. Villeret was born in 1800 and died in 1866. His art can be found in many European Museums.
This is the reverse photo of the 1626 Flemish Old Master Painting. Please refer to listing. The original untouched linen canvas measures 66" x 44". It is mounted in its original stretcher and the canvas is glued to the stretcher. A replacement support has been added to the middle part of the canvas. This is a very rare untouched canvas and it has been repaired in 2 or 3 small areas with old canvas. It is very rare to find an untouched canvas...
is is a detailed and enlarged photo of Isabella Brant, Peter Paul Rubens wife. The image is of a close up of Isabella which shows the detailed embroidery design symbol of a honeysuckle. This painting was done in 1609 as a wedding portrait of Rubens and his wife. The background is a honeysuckle bower. This symbol means family love, and it appears in over 17 Flemish Paintings by Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordanens. The black and white image on the right shows the design in black and white...
The image on the right is an enlarged study of the vest worn by the Mother in the Van Dyck portrait. The Portrait of a Woman and Child was painted in 1620-21 by Van Dyck. The unusual design on the vest matches that of Rubens. The embroidery design symbol means family love. Again, I believe this represents a Flemish Honeysuckle which appears in over 17 Flemish Old Master Paintings. A new lab report confirms the gold color is real "GOLD" on canvas!!
The 3 photos are of Jacob Jordanes portrait of he and his wife in 1621-22. The painting on panel shows the same design on her vest and I believe it was copied from Rubens. Please refer to Flemish painting in our listing. A new lab report confirms the gold color is real "GOLD" on canvas!!
Notice the detailed design on the armor of the Flemish Painting in our listing. The symbol is on the center right side of the photo. This symbol represents a idealized honeysuckle design which was used in over 17 Flemish paintings. A new lab report confirms the gold color is real "GOLD" on canvas!! Super rare!!
This is a black & white study photo image of the unfinished Flemish Painting. Color was added to her hair and chin. Notice her dress where it was being reworked and unfinished. This was the last work done on the Flemish painting. Notice that she appears to be of European descent. Refer to Flemish Painting in our listing. Alfred Bader of Alfred Bader Fine Arts and Dr. David de Witt reviewed detailed photos of this painting in early January of 2005, and Dr...
Detail photo of Angel Michael pointing to the Holy Spirit (Dove). Notice the honeysuckle design on the angels armour. Refer to Flemish Painting. A new lab report confirms the color gold is real "GOLD" on canvas!! Super rare!!
The overlay on the left shows an original drawing by Rubens layed over an image on the Flemish painting. Please refer to the Flemish Painting in our listing. The image on the right shows an overlay using a drawing by Rubens self-portrait. This drawing matches the image on the Flemish painting. New lab tests confirms the gold color is real "GOLD" on canvas!!
This monogram appears on the lower right corner of the Flemish painting in our listing. We read this monogram to be two connecting masonic letter "R&D". We belive this represents the painters of this painting. A new outside lab confirms the color gold on this canvas altar painting is real "GOLD"!! After reviewing the Bob Jones Gallery 400+ collection of religious art, we found no real gold on canvas paintings!!
Notice the details of the honeysuckle flower design on the armour. Please refer to the flemish painting in our listing. The honeysuckle design on the middle right side of the photo matches the same design in 17 flemish paintings.
This exceptional oval 60" x 32" French Painting is Signed Gustave Bouvard?? The painting was purchased from an antique dealer in Baton Rouge, La and he said the painting came from Napolean Bonaparte's Brothers Estate. It is signed in the lower left corner and is in Excellent Condition. Has original frame and stretcher. We are researching this painting and if you have any information please advise.
This is a copy of the 17th century portrait of Rembrandt's son Titus around 1668. The canvas has been relined and is mounted in its original stretcher. The frame is a old replacement frame. The original portrait of Titus by Rembrandt is in the Lourve. We will try to determine the age of the canvas and more information later.
This is a very large portrait of a dark headed lady in her finest clothes. It appears to be mid 1700's and more info to be added later.
This very unusual portrait of a lady appears to be dressed in the finest apparal of its day. Notice the pearls and feather hat. It is mounted in the original stretcher and appears to be a replacement frame. There is writing on the reverse of the canvas and more info to be added later.
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Please notice the new photo which shows a stylistic monnogram on her collar. We believe this monnogram represents P J P. We will be doing more research on this monnogram. We are researching this exceptional 16th century portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1567). This oil on panel measures 20" x 17". The frame label reads Mary Queen of Scots by Pieter Pourbus 1510-1584. The frame and panel appears to be original. If you need detail photos, please advise.
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This is a mid 19th century very fine portrait of Benjamin West. The oil on canvas measures 24" x 19 3/4". On the back of the canvas it is written "Francios Agman Boudard", "Cecile Dulac Bastier", and Juliette Bastier Saide, and Louis Thomas. It has (3) dates on it being 1861, 1894, and 1926. The quality of this Portrait is exceptional and in excellent condition. West was known as the Father of American Art. The detail of this portrait and the expression of his eyes confirm his successful career...