Exclusive hunting scene oil on canvas depicting two hunters, one leaning against the cross and dogs on the left .
This painting is a late 19th century quality work of art , and has been painted by a very talented hand .
Attributed to Alfred De Dreux (1810-1860) , French school 19th century.
Very decorative and exclusive painting , so it’s perfect for the dog and hunting scene painting collectors .
This exclusive oil on canvas is in very good condition, and it’s framed in his original period frame .
Additional information about the artist :
Alfred De Dreux was a French painter best known for his lifelike portraiture and lively equestrian scenes.
Born Pierre-Alfred Dedreux on March 23, 1810 in Paris, France .
The painter and engraver was first taught by Theodore Gericault, a close friend of the family.
De Dreux rendered his stately artworks in a Romantic style .
He employed soft colors, dramatic lighting, and exquisite detail to capture a palpable sense of presence of his subjects.
Extra info about the painting :
Title: ” la halte de chasseurs ”
Materials : oil on canvas
Signature: not signed
Dimensions canvas : 38 cm x 46 cm
Dimensions frame : 54 cm x 62 cm
Condition: very good condition
Artiste : Attributed to Alfred De Dreux (1810-1860)
School : French school 19th century
Provenance : Anonymous sale; Paris, Christie’s. 12 October 2012, Lot 317
Private collection, Paris (illustrated on page 90 of the catalog)
Sold with his original period frame .
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