FAB EARLY 19thc REGENCY OIL PORTRAIT PAINTING OF A YOUNG MUSICIAN WEARING A HAT
This is a beautiful all-original early 19th Century Oil Portrait on Canvas Painting depicting a young Musician tipping his hat in a Period Garden property.
Dating to Circa 1840 and benefiting from its total originality, this charming Portrait painting has a very 'George Morland' feel to it.
The character portrayed in the portrait is extremely similar in looks to a number of characters which are portrayed in many of George Morland's paintings, so it is our guess that this painting was executed by a follower of Morland.
Both painting and frame are in very good original condition. The piece is mounted within the original fabulous quality regency Gilt Scroll frame and it is in splendid condition with just the odd area of gilding rub as you would expect for a frame of this age.
There is a very early framers label attached verso for 'Fred Hodges & Sons, Bristol' which is a very nice touch.
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