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"Dalmatian Grape Seller"

Documentation Signed
Origin Austria
Period 19th Century
Materials Oil paint on mahogany wooden panel
Dimensions
W. 6.75 in; H. 17.5 in; D. 2 in;
W. 17.15 cm; H. 44.45 cm; D. 5.08 cm;
Condition Very good
Creation Date Circa 1885
Description Oil on mahogany wooden panel painting of a beautiful woman selling her grape harvest. The painting is signed lower right by the Austrian artist, Ludwig Ferstel. Circa 1885. Condition is very good; no restorations. Titled verso “Dalmatian Grapeseller”. Provenance: Abraham & Strauss. Framed in original gesso over wood gold leaf elaborate frame. Several professional restorations of the frame. Overall 24 by 13 inches.

Dalmatian winemaking has a history going back thousands of years when the first Greek settlers arrived on the coastal islands. The proximity of the Adriatic Sea is the perfect place for the cultivation of grapes, thanks to its humid summers and mild winters. Additionally, Croatia is home to the Slavonian forest. While many winemakers stick to the traditional French oak barrels, Slavonian oak is often used.
Styles / Movements Realism, Victorian
Incollect Reference Number 464381
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