Oil on canvas 17th Century
|Artist:||Attribuzione a Johann Michael Rottmayr|
|Title of artwork:||Giobbe deriso dalla moglie|
|Technique:||Oil on canvas|
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Picture size (in cm):||101 x 85|
|Sold with frame:||Yes|
|Total dimensions (in cm):||123 x 108|
Beautiful antique painting, oil on canvas, second half of the 17th century, depicting Job mocked by his wife.
On the back of the canvas, there is a label with an attribution to Johann Michael Rottmayr (1654 - 1730) and the title of the work in English.
Johann Michael Rottmayr (Laufen, 1654 - Vienna, 1730) was one of the mail Austrian Baroque painters, he studied in Austria and then worked in Venice with Carl Loth.
He then worked in Salzburg, Prague and Moravia. In 1696, he moved to Vienna where he worked for 34 years and was a renowned master thanks to his elegant and expressive painting, full of cultural references to contemporary Italian, French and Flemish painting.
The painting is sold with a certificate of authenticity issued by a professional restorer who examined it in person and certified the authenticity of the time.
The painting comes from an Italian family who purchased it in an international auction.
There are catalogue labels on the back of the canvas from two Christie’s auctions from 1989.
Framed with a nice lacquered and gilt frame, from a fairly recent period.
The canvas is in good condition, note some old but unimportant sparse restorations. There are no preservation problems to note and the original canvas once had a well-executed re-stretching.
Shipping via insured express courier and packaged with the utmost care.
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|Member since:||September 5, 2017|
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