Pair of Oils on Panel in the Manner of Jean Baptiste Monnoyer

(Holy Land, 18th Century)

Pair of Oils on Panel in the Manner of Jean Baptiste Monnoyer

Pair of oils on panel of incredibly detailed flowers and insects with a luminous chiaroscuro technique of bringing out light from darkness, make this pair more than just decorative pieces, but are worthy of museum quality.

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 29½ in | WIDTH: 23 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 19½ in | WIDTH: 13 in

Origin Holy Land
Category Oils
Period 18th Century
Style Rococo

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THB REF: 8260213174 DEALER REF: Seb


"Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (12 January 1636 – 20 February 1699) was a Franco-Flemish painter who specialised in flower pieces. He was attached to the Gobelins tapestry workshops and the Beauvais tapestry workshops, too, where he produced cartoons of fruit and flowers for the tapestry-weavers, and at Beauvais was one of three painters who collaborated to produce cartoons for the suite The Emperor of China.