art & sculpture
Wooden cut Baroque Sculpture 18th century Sweden
Beautiful Chinese European-subject reverse-glass painting made during the Qing dynasty circa year 1790. This rare glass painting is a replica of Sir Joshua Reynolds work “A Nymph and Cupid: ‘The Snake in the Grass’” which was painted in 1784 and is a part of the collection at Tate. The woman posing for Venus in this painting was most likely the famous Lady Emma Hamilton (1765-1815) who was a popular muse, the wife of Sir William Hamilton and mistress of Lord Nelson. Height: 65 cm | Width: 50 cm
wooden cut Baroque sculpture made in Sweden 17th century.
Beautiful painting depicting an Italian landscape signed by Gustaf Wilhelm Palm (1810-1890). Palm was a Swedish landscape painter and professor. He lived in Rome for eleven years where he became the central figure of the colony of Swedish painters in Italy.
Neoclassical Cararra marble bust of Pauline Bonaparte Height 67 cm