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French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck
French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck - Paintings & Drawings Style Louis XVI French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck - French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck - Louis XVI Antiquités - French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck
Ref : 55198
1 450 €
Period :
18th century
Provenance :
Private collection
Medium :
Oil on copper
Dimensions :
L. 18.11 inch X l. 12.6 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck 18th century - French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck Louis XVI - French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck Antiquités - French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck
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French School 18th - The Lamentation of Christ follower of Anthony van Dyck

Oil on floored copper 32 cm by 24 cm.

former blackened wooden frame of 46 cm by 39 cm; beautiful gilding.

Our painting is one of many versions of the van Dick one (1629) exhibited at the Royal Museum of Anwers.

The Lamentation of Christ is an episode from the Passion of Christ that takes place at the end of the Passion and which led to multiple iconographic interpretations.

The body of the dead Christ lying on the stone of unction or on the lap of his mother (then we speak of Pieta), while Mary, Mary Magdalene, St. John abandon themselves to their pain.

Anthony van Dyck

He was born in March 22, 1599 at Antwerp and died December 9, 1641 at Blackfriars near London, painter and baroque writer, especially a portraitist, he was the main court painter in England, having a great success in Italy and Flanders. It is especially known for the portraits he painted of King Charles I of England, his family and the court, painted with a relaxed elegance that significantly influence the English portrait for nearly a century and a half. He also painted religious and mythological subjects.

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18th Century Oil Painting Louis XVI