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117 W Burd St. Shippensburg, PA 17257 United States 717.708.9017
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$ 9,200

“The Old Red Mill” French Antique Oil Painting by Elisa Agnetus-Emilius Nyhoff

Documentation Signed
Origin France
Period 19th Century
Materials Oil paint, Canvas, Wood, Hand-painted
Dimensions
W. 44.25 in; H. 32.25 in; D. 2.75 in;
W. 112.4 cm; H. 81.92 cm; D. 6.99 cm;
Condition Good.
Description An exquisitely detailed genre scene of a young peasant boy and girl playing with the ducks by the pool of water trickling idly by from the water wheel of the aged mill; despite its seeming state of disrepair, it is actively being used as smoke drifts from the chimney stack. Inordinately rich and full of complexity, the foliage of the glade is vivid and of notable breadth with small trails worn into the soil where mosses meander and fallen trunks are surrounded by ferns. In the distance a shepherd leads his flock through a wooded pass.

While her works rarely show up on the open market, Sotheby's carried another scene titled "A Mill by the Canal", which sold for $ 12,000 USD in 2005.

Measurements: 32 1/4" H x 44 1/4" W x 2 3/4" D [frame]; 25 3/8" H x 37 1/2" W [canvas]

Condition Report:
A fine composition frame, early but not original in overall very good condition (fully restored). Light surface craquelure throughout. In excellent presentation-ready condition.
Styles / Movements Realism
Dealer Reference Number 904VFX03L
Incollect Reference Number 315655
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