I am pleased to offer you this incredible original hand painted tin painting in an original simple wood gilded frame. This painting dates from the early 19th century. The primary subject matter of this painting is of a gentleman talking to a lady. It is possible that the man is leaving for war and he is consoling his true love. When you consider the size of this painting, the details are remarkable, the facial features, the fabric patterns in the clothing, the architectural structure of the building and if you look through the door opening there appears to be a group of people perhaps soldiers and a building that resembles a windmill. I cannot find a signature on this painting. The painting is very well kept and in excellent condition for its age. The frame does show signs of age with chips in the gilt and missing flakes of paint on the side edge of the frame. The wood of the frame is secure and strong. The gilded wood frame measures approx: 5 3/4" by 6 5/8" and the tin paintings measure: 3 1/4" by 4 1/4".
Item ID: 19th Century Tin Painting