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DEPICTING A TYPICAL SUBJECT OF HIS, SHOWING THE FACE IN HIGH DETAIL.
WOULD BENEFIT FROM A PROFESSIONAL CLEAN. WHICH WE COULD UNDERTAKE FROM A 3RD PARTY ON THE CUSTOMERS BEHALF AND ADDITIONAL COST.
GILT FRAME UNLIKELY TO BE ORIGINAL, BUT IS A FINE QUALITY 18TH CENTURY CARVED FRAME IN ITS OWN RIGHT.
Balthasar Denner (15 November 1685 – 14 April 1749) was a German painter, highly regarded as a portraitist. He painted mostly half-length and head-and-shoulders portraits and a few group portraits of families in interiors. Usually Denner concentrated on the face; clothes and paraphernalia were done by other painters or later his daughter. His chief peculiarity consisted in the fineness of his mechanical finish, which extended to depicting even the almost invisible furze of hair growing on smooth skin. He is particularly noted for his heads of old men and women.
|Height||30.50 inch||(77.47 cm)|
|Width||25.50 inch||(64.77 cm)|
|Depth||3.00 inch||(7.62 cm)|