Offered by Poisson et Associés
Flemish school from the second half of the 17th century.
This interesting version of the vision of Saint Anthony, painted after Bosch, Brueghel and Teniers, depicts the saint beset by the devil in the form of earthly pleasures. Here he is a hermit at the entrance to a grotto.
Surrounded by monsters, bats, fish-bodied dwarves, horny women, little demons and imps.
Painting on canvas, lining (80x55cm)
19th century Loupe frame (96x71cm)