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17th century French school - The death of Eurydice attributed to Allegrain
French school of the XVIIth century: The death of Eurydice attributed to Etienne and Gabriel Allegrain, father and son.
Oil on panel of 71 cm by 50 cm.
Beautiful 17th century frame (with original gilding) 83 cm by 62 cm.
Our painting represents the death of Eurydice in an animated and architectured landscape of ancient Rome that can also be found in Nicolas Poussin's "Ashes of Phocion" for example, or at Francisque Millet.
Étienne Allegrain (Paris, March 19, 1645- Paris, April 2, 1736) is a French painter and engraver.
In the eighteenth century, he was considered one of the best landscape painter. [...]