Antique REGENCY OIL PORTRAIT OF BRITISH REDCOAT OFFICER C1820 ENGLISH SCHOOL PAINTING 27.X.23 SILVERED FRAME | ANTIQUES.CO.UK |
 

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    regency oil portrait of british redcoat officer c1820 english school painting 27.x.23 silvered frame

    Antique REGENCY OIL PORTRAIT OF BRITISH REDCOAT OFFICER C1820 ENGLISH SCHOOL PAINTING 27.X.23 SILVERED FRAME
    • Antique REGENCY OIL PORTRAIT OF BRITISH REDCOAT OFFICER C1820 ENGLISH SCHOOL PAINTING 27.X.23 SILVERED FRAME
    • Antique REGENCY OIL PORTRAIT OF BRITISH REDCOAT OFFICER C1820 ENGLISH SCHOOL PAINTING 27.X.23 SILVERED FRAME
    • Antique REGENCY OIL PORTRAIT OF BRITISH REDCOAT OFFICER C1820 ENGLISH SCHOOL PAINTING 27.X.23 SILVERED FRAME
    • Antique REGENCY OIL PORTRAIT OF BRITISH REDCOAT OFFICER C1820 ENGLISH SCHOOL PAINTING 27.X.23 SILVERED FRAME
    • Antique REGENCY OIL PORTRAIT OF BRITISH REDCOAT OFFICER C1820 ENGLISH SCHOOL PAINTING 27.X.23 SILVERED FRAME

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    Redcoat British Army Officer painted around the 1820's on canvas and presented in an antique silvered
    replacement frame which enhances beautifully.

     
    A well executed portrait with extremely good detail and accuracy in the face which is realistic and full of charactor.
     
    The artist has depicted a young officer wearing his epaulettes of braided gold thread on each of his shoulders,with a double breasted red tunic dressed with a double row of brass buttons.
     
    The collar is turned upwards and has a buff coloured lining.He wears a wide cream coloured shoulder sash with emblem badge attached.
     
    The young officer looks towards the artist with concentration in his eyes and appears well groomed with his brown wavy hair up in a quiff.
     
    A very young individual who looks only 16-18 years of age.
     
    MEASUREMENTS(Including Frame)
    Height 27.25 Inches (70cm)
    Width 23.25 Inches (60cm)
     
    CONDITION
    Very Good Order throughout having no repairs and original canvas and stretchers.
    The frame is a later suitable replacement coloured in Georgian silver finish,which greatly enhances.
     
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    Antiques.co.uk Ref: XJ7T7PCC

    Materials:
    oIL ON cANVAS
    Width (cm):
    60
    Height (cm):
    70
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