Etching with signature bottom right.
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Title of artwork:||Landschap met obelisk|
|Artist:||Frans van Bloemen I (1662-1749|
Dimensions: 17.4 x 25.7 cm.
Condition: Nice crisp original print of the original etching on thin paper issued by John Kay (1742-1826)
Good condition without stains, creases or tears. Attached to a collective sheet with the edges.
With signature Frans van Bloemen da Horizonti at bottom right.
Landscape with a road leading up to an obelisk and a large church on the left, a group of three figures and a man carrying a basket in foreground; Etching
This etching that can be found in both the Rijksmuseum (RP-P-1888-A-12441) and the British Museum (F, 3.188) and is one of the few etchings (6) by the painter Jan Frans van Bloemen (1662-1749). Van Bloemen is originally from Antwerp but spent nearly his entire life (from 1688) in Rome. In Rome he joined the Bentvueghels under the 'Bent nickname' Orizzonte or Horizonti, a reference to the horizon in his many landscape paintings. Van Bloemen was very successful, but was recognized late by the leading Roman painters Guild, the Accademia di San Luca. This happened when he was over 70 years old. He died in Rome in 1749. He only left six etchings behind.
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|Member since:||March 29, 2014|
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