European Applied Art
European Applied Art | Auction: 13.11.2019 | Preview: 08.11.2019 - 11.11.2019

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Lot 151

Estimate
4.500 - 5.500 €
Result
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WOOD AND LEATHER FOLDING-SCREEN.
England. 19th century. The painting attributed to Emile Brunner-Lacoste (1838-1881).

Ebonised wood frame with tooled leather insert painted in colours. In a spacious, wooded park landscape in the foreground the shore of a lake. At this shore
ducks, pheasants, rabbits and peacocks bustle. 198.5x222cm. Condition B.

Provenance:
German aristocratic property.

The painting is attributed to Henri Emile Brunner-Lacoste (1838-1881).
He exhibited in the Paris Salon from 1859 and decorated the London town house of the Duke of Hamilton.

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