Jakob Bogdani, 18th Century, Oil on Canvas Still Life
Jakob Bogdani, 18th Century, Oil on Canvas Still Life
Jakob Bogdani, 18th Century, Oil on Canvas Still Life
Jakob Bogdani, 18th Century, Oil on Canvas Still Life
Jakob Bogdani, 18th Century, Oil on Canvas Still Life

JACOB BOGDANI Also known as JAKOB BOGDANY (1660-1724)

Jakob Bogdani, 18th Century, Oil on Canvas Still Life

c. 1700 England

Offered by Patrick Moorhead Antiques

£7,800 gbp
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Hunting still life, oil on canvas, depicting a shot gun, and dead game beside a tree.
Mounted in a carved and gilded gesso frame.
Re-lined over 50 years ago.
Jakob Bogdani, whose names are sometimes spelt Jacob and Bogdany, was a Slovak and British artist well known for his still life and exotic bird paintings. Bogdani was born in city of Prešov, then in Sáros County in the north of the Kingdom of Hungary, in Slovakia. In 1684 he went to Amsterdam where he lived and worked until moving to London in 1688. There he found success as a specialist still life and bird painter at the court of Queen Anne, and several of his paintings became part of the Royal Collection. One of his chief patrons was Admiral George Churchill, brother of the Duke of Marlborough, whose famous aviary at Windsor Park may have supplied subjects for some of his paintings.
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Dimensions
Height 66.00 cm (25.98 inches)
Width 100.00 cm (39.37 inches)
Depth 6.00 cm (2.36 inches)
Medium
Oil on Canvas, carved giltwood frame.
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Jakob Bogdani
Patrick Moorhead Antiques

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