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1050 Second Ave New York City, NY 10022 , United States Call Seller 917.686.9732

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"The Three B's of Music" Beethoven, Bach, & Brahms, An Extremely Rare Painting

$ 80,000
  • Description
    "The Three B's of Music" Beethoven, Bach, and Brahms, An Extremely Rare Oil Painting, C. 1880

    "A true music lovers dream" - A true work of art.

    A very rare and collectible oil on canvas triptych painting depicting portraits of "The Three Bs of Classical Music": Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms - Housed in a fine carved and painted frame in gold gilt and green paint by Frederick Harer, with musical scores underneath each portrait. The paintings appear to be unsigned. The frame is signed on the back "F. W. Harer" and dated 1918.

    Each canvas: 17" high x 14" wide
    Outside frame: 29" high x 52.5" wide

    Provenance: Academy of Music, Philadelphia PA.

    Very good condition overall, no damages noted. Paintings are relined, some gold gilt highlights are rubbed in some areas of the frame.

    Frederick Harer was an American painter, sculptor and etcher, best known for his skill as a gilder and frame maker. He produced frames for many of the Pennsylvania Impressionist painters, including Edward Redfield and Daniel Garber. Today, having a Harer frame on a Pennsylvania Impressionist painting adds significantly to its value. He studied at the Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Arts and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1900–1903 and 1908–1910), where his teachers included Thomas Anschutz and William Merritt Chase.
    He also exhibited at the National Academy of Design and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
  • More Information
    Origin: France
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: Canvas, Oil
    Condition: Good. Good Condition
    Styles / Movements: Asian Art
    Incollect Reference #: 577873
  • Dimensions
    W. 52.5 in; H. 29 in; D. 6 in;
    W. 133.35 cm; H. 73.66 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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