Antique oil on copper paintingafterConstant Joseph Brochart called 'Simple Amour' - a Young Woman Holding a Dove, Circa 1890 in date.
A beautiful painting depicting a young woman holding a dove symbolising love which should be treasured. Doves werealso associated with messengers of good news, so possibly the artist wanted to capture the moment when this pretty lady was trying to send her lover a letter.
The painting is in a very decorativegilt wood frame which compliments the painting and looks stunning.
This painting is in excellent condition.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 73 x Width 62 x Depth 7-Frame
Height 53 x Width 42-Painting
Dimensions in inches:
Height 2 foot, 5 inches x Width 2 foot x Depth 3 inches-Frame
Height 1 foot, 9 inches x Width 1 foot, 4 inches-Painting
Our reference: A1684
Constant Joseph Brochart (1816-1899) - Frenchpainter who specialised in portraits. He was the second son of Antonio Maria Esquivel also a painter. He studied initially at the School of Lille.In 1867 Brochart was named as the Professor of Drawing at the Madrid School of Fine Art.
Between 1845 and 1862 he exhibited at different Salons with works like: “The Drunken Orgy”, “The injured Doe”, “The Virgin of the Roses” and “The Kiss of the Sun” and various portraits, one of which was of Christine Nilson.
At The Imperial Lyric Theatre houses the works included “Remember Algiers” and “The Oracle in Kabylie”.
The Museum of Lille possesses “Ondine close to Cascades”, which was a gift from the artist in 1862.
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