Museum Quality oil painting by listed artist behind glass monogrammed C D For Charles Dukes. This is totally new to the market And is in exceptional condition . . . I will deliver for fuel cost please ask for details. Size is 32" by 26" Canvas size is 24" by 18" Sorry about the photos it is behind glass and is hard to photo. There are a couple of pieces missing from the frame but not noticeable. This is a suburb painting .I will add that one with the same subject matter sold in Sotheby's in 1986 for £2750 with estimates of £2750 to £3750. Charles Dukes, was born in London on 31 August 1803, but baptised at St Matthew Bethnal Green, London until 29 April 1835, son of Thomas Dukes (died Stepney 24 May 1835) and his wife Ester née Mann (died 1862), who married at St Martin-in-the-Fields, London in 1802. In 1841, Charles was living at 1 Turner Street, Commercial Road, Stepney with his c.55 year old widowed mother Ester and in 1851, a 45[sic] year old unmarried artist, living at Camden Street, St Pancras, London, the home of 38 year old picture dealer, William Edward Bates and his family. A landscape and rustic genre painter working in London, his subjects are mainly cottage or country scenes. He exhibited over 100 works between the Royal Academy, British Institution and the Royal Society of British Artists, from Commercial Chambers, Mincing Lane, London in 1829 and from various London addresses until 1865 also, at the Suffolk Fine Arts Society [q.v.] at Ipswich in 1850, from 1 Eversholt Street, Hampstead Road, Hampstead, London he had on show two oils, 'The Gipsy Mother' and 'The Golden Age'. He died at Chiswick, Middlesex on 9 September 1865
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