Offered by: Solomon Treasure
1050 Second Ave New York City, NY 10022 , United States Call Seller 917.686.9732


Frederick Rondel (American 1826-1892) A Large, Rare Painting of "Four Horses"

$ 125,000
  • Description
    Frederick Rondel (American 1826-1892) A Large, Rare Painting of "Four Horses", 1866

    A magnificent and rare oval painting of horses, oil on board, measuring 52" in diameter, with exceptional quality to detail of the horses and landscape.

    It is indeed very rare for an American artist to paint horses in this quality and size, thus making this painting an extremely important and rare work of art. Most probably one of his best paintings he ever created.

    Signed and dated F. Rondel 1866

    Frederick Rondel, born in Paris in 1826, came to America and is best remembered as the only art teacher of Winslow Homer. He was also a successful landscape and marine painter who painted extensively throughout New England and as far as San Francisco. Among his paintings were views of the Hudson River.

    Rondel's New England landscapes and paintings of New York City were ultimately influenced by the romanticism of his teachers in Paris, Theodore Gudin and Auguste Jugelet.

    It is known that in 1855 to 1857 Rondel was in Boston, having arrived from Europe, and one year later was in South Malden, Massachusetts, while concurrently keeping a New York City studio.

    Very good condition, recently professionally cleaned, no damages noted. Fantastic quality, ready to hang.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Signed
    Origin: France
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: oil
    Condition: Good. Good Condition
    Styles / Movements: Asian Art
    Incollect Reference #: 580658
  • Dimensions
    W. 52 in; H. 52 in; D. 6 in;
    W. 132.08 cm; H. 132.08 cm; D. 15.24 cm;
Message from Seller:

For four generations, Solomon Treasure has obtained a reputation for dealing in rare and important 18th – 19th century antiques and fine art.

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