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06/17/2018 09:47 PM
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LARGE 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT PAINTING IN ORIGINAL FRAME
Age. 19th century
Composition. See below
Size. 29 high x 26 wide
Rating: 7
Comments. Circa 1800s oil on canvas painting depicts a young lady who was formally dressed and has nice details. It has a wooden stretcher frame and is fairly tight with no sags. The painting is in sturdy shape but does have visible crazing lines, a small whitish stain, a few small scratches and a visible hole in the canvas as seen in our photo. It is mounted in a solid wood frame which has a deep profile and a thin plaster covering. It is in sturdy shape with small chips/splits in the plaster as seen in our photo. Need some work but when done will make a nice addition to your art gallery.

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