Attributed to Peruzzini Antonio Francesco (1643-1724), Pair Of Oil Paintings On Canvas, Scenes of rural life
Frame measurements H 86 x L 125; Canvas measurements H 58 x W 97 cm
The fine pair oil on canvas paintings depicts scenes of rural life.
Stylistically are attributable to the Italian painter Antonio Francesco Peruzzini (Ancona 1643-Milan 1724)
Peruzzini was a prominent figure in the landscape painting of the seventeenth-eighteenth century. Starting from a seventeenth-century expression on influences of Salvator Rosa, he arrive at a free interpretation of the sense of movement and color typical of the Rococo, using brighter, brighter and more striking colour ranges, lightening the touch, inserting a sort of movement and vitality in his paintings and making the atmosphere more gay and light.
The paintings have important Bolognese frames in carved and gilded wood.