Superb 17thC painting by Flemish Master, highly attributed, superb top museum quality. The Holy Child. - For Sale

Superb 17thC painting by Flemish Master, highly attributed, superb top museum quality. The Holy Child.
Price: $2900.00
Superb very charming and beautiful 17th century Flemish Master painting. Directly from a high quality Paris' estate collection. " Fresh to the Market" Oil on canvas, relined in the past. Top museum quality painting.

Superb colours and composition, incredible warm colours and detail.. " The Holy Child"

This painting is a real Masterpiece, an incredible conversation piece.

This painting in a ready to hang condition.

The jpgs show some reflection. No flaking, no paint loss. The frame, not original to the painting, is more recent, from around 1750-1800, but well matching the painting.

We found no signature or monogram at first sight but this can well be hidden in the darker parts of the painting. With an old bronze plaque on the frame stating " Anthony Van Dyck 1599-1641".

This is a top museum quality painting, this painting is highly attributed to Anthony Van Dyck ( 1599-1641), studio of, school of, The painting "screams" out top quality. Painter and etcher Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641) was second only to Rubens in 17th-century Flanders. In fact he had worked at the latter's Antwerp studio as a young man. There he had concentrated on painting religious and historical scenes, like his teacher. Van Dyck had a huge impact as a portraitist of affluent burghers. From 1621 to 1627, Van Dyck worked in Italy, particularly in Genoa, where he absorbed the influence of Venetian painters, especially Titian. Later, Van Dyck worked in Flanders for several years, before suddenly leaving for London in 1632. Knighted by Charles I, Sir Anthony became one of the most sought-after artists of the English court. The remarkable elegance with which he portrayed his subjects certainly contributed to his success. In his later years, Van Dyck spent time in both England and the Low Countries.

We had no research done on this painting, sold as found in the estate. Most probably a real "sleeper".

This painting is part of a " pendant", two painting of the same size in the same frame. We sell the other painting exclusively on Rubylane too.

We sell this painting for a very reasonable price, as this painting has huge potential.

Special low price for the Holiday season!!!

Dimensions: frame : 33.1" x 26"" ( 84 x 66cm), painting: 28.1" x 21" ( 71.5 x 53.3 cm)

Sold with full coa description and replacement estimation value of 30,000 US$, made by us as official registered art appraisers.

Shipping to the US with internat express ( to your door and with internet tracking) included in the selling price.

A great investment at a quite low price, will be sold to the first serious offer! Has to leave quickly, will be sold quite fast at this price. Low asking price for fast sale.

Shipping only to US and Canada.

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Superb colours and composition, incredible warm colours and detail.. " The Holy Child"

This painting is a real Masterpiece, an incredible conversation piece.

This painting in a ready to hang condition.

The jpgs show some reflection. No flaking, no paint loss. The frame, not original to the painting, is more recent, from around 1750-1800, but well matching the painting.

We found no signature or monogram at first sight but this can well be hidden in the darker parts of the painting. With an old bronze plaque on the frame stating " Anthony Van Dyck 1599-1641".

This is a top museum quality painting, this painting is highly attributed to Anthony Van Dyck ( 1599-1641), studio of, school of, The painting "screams" out top quality. Painter and etcher Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641) was second only to Rubens in 17th-century Flanders. In fact he had worked at the latter's Antwerp studio as a young man. There he had concentrated on painting religious and historical scenes, like his teacher. Van Dyck had a huge impact as a portraitist of affluent burghers. From 1621 to 1627, Van Dyck worked in Italy, particularly in Genoa, where he absorbed the influence of Venetian painters, especially Titian. Later, Van Dyck worked in Flanders for several years, before suddenly leaving for London in 1632. Knighted by Charles I, Sir Anthony became one of the most sought-after artists of the English court. The remarkable elegance with which he portrayed his subjects certainly contributed to his success. In his later years, Van Dyck spent time in both England and the Low Countries.

We had no research done on this painting, sold as found in the estate. Most probably a real "sleeper".

This painting is part of a " pendant", two painting of the same size in the same frame. We sell the other painting exclusively on Rubylane too.

We sell this painting for a very reasonable price, as this painting has huge potential.

Special low price for the Holiday season!!!

Dimensions: frame : 33.1" x 26"" ( 84 x 66cm), painting: 28.1" x 21" ( 71.5 x 53.3 cm)

Sold with full coa description and replacement estimation value of 30,000 US$, made by us as official registered art appraisers.

Shipping to the US with internat express ( to your door and with internet tracking) included in the selling price.

A great investment at a quite low price, will be sold to the first serious offer! Has to leave quickly, will be sold quite fast at this price. Low asking price for fast sale.

Shipping only to US and Ca http://www.antiques.com/classified/1152306/Antique-Superb-17thC-painting-by-Flemish-Master--highly-attributed--superb-top-museum-quality--The-Holy-Child-" target="_blank">twitter
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