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Antique French Oil Painting in Fontainebleau School Frame, Nanny and Kid Goat
I recently bought 4 paintings from an estate in France, all obviously by the same artist and framed in early to mid-1800s frames in the manner of the Fontainebleau School, heavy wood with opulently gilded gesso appliqué. I am unable to find a signature on any of them. I'm going to list all 4 as separate offerings. The oil painting is done on a panel rather than stretched linen canvas, and has survived in very fine form. Great intimate small paintings for shelf or wall, beautifully framed.
This offering is for the painting of a nanny and kid goat. You are buying only the painting featured in this listing. c.1830-60 French painting, in the manner of the Fontainebleau School, naturalist but with a slightly Impressionist feel to it. Superb and ready to hang and enjoy. The size of this painting makes it one you might even consider for a doll's house, as the smaller of the group of paintings from this un-named artist. This one is 12" x 10.5" outer frame, and painting is just 7.75" x 5.75". Age evident on the frame, but both frame and painting remain in very good to excellent condition for age and type. There is a matching billy goat painting in same size frame, offered for sale separately, if you wish to have both paintings featured in our final photo. Look for it sold separately.
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Susan Dean, San Marcos, CA
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