Allegory of the four elements, Piedmontese painter active in the first half of the 19th century

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Allegory of the four elements, Piedmontese painter active in the first half of the 19th century, oil on panel. Measures with frame: cm H 34.5 x L 25; only the panel: cm H 29 x L 20.5 Price: private negotiation Objects accompanied by a certificate of authenticity The nice tablets, painted in oil,...
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Allegory of the four elements, Piedmontese painter active in the first half of the 19th century, oil on panel. Measures with frame: cm H 34.5 x L 25; only the panel: cm H 29 x L 20.5 Price: private negotiation Objects accompanied by a certificate of authenticity The nice tablets, painted in oil, by an artist active in Piedmont in the first half of the nineteenth century, depict the allegory of the four elements of Land. They are inspired by the group of four etching prints from around 1730, made to a design by the Rococo painter Jacopo Amigoni (Naples 1682- Paris 1752) and engraved in Venice by Joseph Wagner (Gestratz, 1706 - Venice, 1780). Each painting depicts the allegory of an ele