For your consideration is this incredible antique lithography from a painting of Olivier Charles De Penne (1831-1897), that is hand coloured. The lithographers were : Regnier, Bettannier, Morlon. Published in February 1863, printed by Becquet in Paris, Dusacq et Cie 10 Boulev. Poissonniere.The scene is just spectacular ,with beautiful details of a hunting scene, just look at the horses. It is titled "Chasse A Courre" ( Le Rendez-Vous).And now, the antique frame, you will be amazed by it, it is of solid oak wood, ornate all around with carved flowers. The print( under glass) has two tears, and some water stains as seen on the pictures. The frame has a wonderful patina and just few nicks. A wonderful addition for a collector.
If you are interested in this lithograph, Then do not miss out on the 3 other hunting scenes that I have in my store from the same artist.
Frame size : 36.25" x 26.25" Image size : 26.25" x 18" ( inside the mat) the overall size of the paper is bigger.
At Cameleon, we'll minimize your shipping costs by combining into as few shipments as possible all items you order. If you would like more pictures or information regarding this item, please e-mail me, and I will gladly answer you, as quickly as possible. Thanks for visiting Cameleon. About the artist : (From Wikipedia)
Charles Olivier De Penne was born in Paris in 1831, died in Marlotte in 1897. He was a French painter , he studied at the Barbizon School. He started with historic scenes, but he is remembered for his hunting scenes, and animals. He obtained a grand second prize in Rome (1857), for his painting titled " Jésus et la Samaritaine". He exposed at the Paris Salon. And at the French artist salon where he earned a bronze medal in 1872, a silver medal in 1883, and at the Universal exposition in 1889.
List of his work in national museums : * Le duc d'Orléans, chassant à courre au Bosquet de Sylvie en 1841, musée Condé. * Hallali du cerf dans l'étang de Sylvie, musée Condé. * Relais de chiens, musée de la Vénerie. * Chiens au repos, musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes. * Chiens courants, Liége