19th Century Oil Painting Portrait Sweet Young Blonde Boy After Nelly Erichsen



2020-02-01 12:11:26

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  • 1 Victorian Antique Late 19th Century Fine Artwork Oil Painting Portrait Sweet Young Blonde Boy After Nelly Erichsen.  
  • Subject a very fine vivid & vibrant portrait of a sweet young boy with bright blue eyes & blonde hair. 
  • A beautiful painting. 
  • Unsigned English school artist. 
  • Circa late 19th century.  
  • Set in small gilt frame.  
  • In the style of similar to after the famous artist Nelly Erichsen.   
  • She was born in 1862 and died in 1918, a portrait and figure painter who exhibited at The Royal Academy sixteen times between 1884 and 1897 as well as other exhibition galleries in the provinces. 
  • Oil on board.   
  • We only sell paintings based upon quality & significance. 
  • Provenance exclusively bought from a reputable art auction in Derbyshire.    
  • New hanging thread has been fitted to the back ready for immediate home display.
  • Condition report.   
  • Offered in fine used condition.   
  • Having noticeable craquelure, scuffs & foxing staining in places.  
  • Frame has various noticeable scuffs, wear & minor chips commensurate with usage & age.   
  • International worldwide shipping is available via the ebay global shipping programme centre.  
  • Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message thankyou. 
  • Cash upon collection is welcome.  
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**Dimensions in inches & centimetres of the frame approximate **
12.99" High (33cm) 
10.62" Width (27cm)  
0.59" Depth thickness of the frame (1.5cm)                                                                                               
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