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Victorian Portrait of a Cleric in a Maple Frame

S/N:RAB1677

19th Century

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2016
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Antique original oil on board painting depicting a male sitter, 19th Century. A head and shoulders portrait of a blue-eyed clergyman with a side parting and wonderful mutton chops. The Waring & Dimes board dates this to the 1839-1842 period. In the original and very much of this time simple maple and parcel-gilt frame. The painting is in good order, There is some overpainting mainly on the background and cloak, from some point in its life which we think adds to its charm.

Overall measurements: 43cm x 36cm.

Delivery is £10 to Mainland UK. If you live elsewhere please get in touch for an accurate quote.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 43cm (16.93in)
  • W: 36cm (14.17in)

Period: 

19th Century

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