Early 19th Century Oil Painting Portrait Of Elisabeth Blomfield Née Brasnett
Enhance the grandeur of any room with this one masterful Early 19th Century Oil Painting Portrait of Elisabeth Blomfield Née Brasnett. Boasting a timeless presence and refined detail, the finely crafted piece radiates sophistication and elegance. Perfectly suited for a luxurious space, this stunning oil painting is guaranteed to add an air of exclusivity.
- Subject side profile sitting forward portrait view of Elisabeth Bloomfield née Brunette 1788-1868. She was from Curds Hall Great Fran sham in Norfolk.
- She is sitting in her chair dressed in black, wearing a white bonnet holding her hands together.
- Curds hall no longer exits. It was demolished around the early to mid 20th century. All that remains presently is Curds Hall Barn.
- English school.
- Oil on canvas.
- Stamped verso Watson Artists Colorman Norwich.
- Set in a rather ornate gilt frame.
- Hanging thread on the back ready for home display.
- Circa early 19th century.
- Provenance bought from a high-end auction label, verso also see the last picture.
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- Condition report.
- Offered in fine used condition.
- The painted surface has various craquelures, foxing stains, and frame pressure indentation lines showing. The frame has various wear, cracking, scuffs, chips, losses and old repairs commensurate with of & old age.
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Dimensions in centimetres of the frame