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Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616)
Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616) - Paintings & Drawings Style Renaissance Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616) - Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616) - Renaissance Antiquités - Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616)
Ref : 65096
12 000 €
Period :
16th century
Provenance :
Flanders
Medium :
Oil on table
Dimensions :
l. 24.8 inch X H. 40.16 inch
Paintings & Drawings  - Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616) 16th century - Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616) Renaissance - Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616) Antiquités - Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616)
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Immaculate Virgin among Ange - Flemish School of the 16th century, Attributed to Frans Francken I (1542 - 1616)

Frans Francken I (Herentals 1542 - Antwerp 1616)
attributed to

The Immaculate Virgin among the Angels
(or The Immaculate Conception)

oil on table in oak
cm 63 x 102

The work, painted in the second half of the sixteenth century, depicts the Immaculate Virgin in glory among the angels. It is presented with a clearly ascending pulse, placed in a heavenly space filled with light, clouds and angels.

The style of the painting suggests a Flemish painter of the Antwerp School of the second half of the sixteenth century; stylistic characters and quality lead unequivocally to the family of Francken painters, and in particular to the work of master Frans Francken I; this artist was able to combine traditional Flemish Romanism and Italian characters, especially Venetian maniosis, which he absorbed from his apprenticeship at the Frans Floris workshop.

Observing the table is evident its executive quality, which reveals the vibrancy of colors, attention to details and accentuated figurative precision, so that it can be very close to the hand of the Flemish master.

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16th century Oil Painting Renaissance