Réf : 69811
Portrait of a man in a wig - Attributed to Jean-Baptiste JOUVENET (1644-1717)
Oil on canvas on its original key frame and its beautiful carved gilt wood frame of origin also.
The manner of representing the wigs of this period in painting is typical of the portraits of Jean-Baptiste JOUVENET made around 1700, which alone has given them a very particular relief.
The finesse of the character's features, the intelligence of the benevolent gaze and his smile are typical of this painter who also worked with his younger brother François.
Dimensions: 81 / 65,5 cm