Study of the Wild Flora in Nantes - SOLD

China ink  and watercolor   on wire rod and watermarked paper.  With autograph notes in lower margin "Fait proche de Nantes, 3 Juillet 1736" . Numbered " 343 ".  In very good condition except some stain on lower left margin. A usual browned paper on margin, and a very little scratch on lower left corner. Very fresh watercolour representing a landscape, more precisely the "wild flora" near Nantes at the beginning of the 18th century. 

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China ink and watercolor on wire rod and watermarked paper. With autograph notes in lower margin "Fait proche de Nantes, 3 Juillet 1736" . Numbered " 343".   In very good condition except for some stain on lower left margin. A usual browned paper on margin, and a very little scratch on lower left corner.  Very fresh watercolour representing a landscape, more precisely the "wild flora" near Nantes at the beginning of the 18th century. 

Passepartout dimensions: cm 49x34

Jan Peeter Verdussen  (1700-1767) was a Flemish painter, draftsman and printmaker. He is best known for his battle scenes or equestrian paintings but he also painted wonderful landscapes with hunting scenes, gallant companies.

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SKU
J-62294
Artist
Jan Peter Verdussen
Typology
Original Drawings
Technique
Drawing, Watercolour
Period
1700-1749
Conditions
Good (minor cosmetic wear)
Dimensions (cm)
33.7 x 0.1 x 22
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