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Papier mache painted framed plaque

Code: 163     Dimensions:W 42.5cm (16.7")H 41cm (16.1")D 3cm (1.2")

£750.00

A finely painted mid 19thc papier mache mounted panel of 'Sancho & the Duchess', in a gilded frame. This is after Charles Robert Leslie.

Various 'Japanners' were creating work of this quality such as the company Jennens & Bettridge from Birmimgham.

The panel is surrounded by a shaped & gilded edge & is mounted onto green fabric, framed within a gilded wooden frame. This panel was possibly originally a hand held face screen.

This subject was influenced from the 'Don Quixote' books where the character 'Sancho' became the Squire to Don Quixote & they had many adventures together.

This oil is of fine quality & on closer examination there appears to be some marks on the surface, however these are fragments from the gilt edging lying on the surface of the panel.

Size of complete frame: Size of panel only:

Height: 16'' / 41cm Height: 10'' / 25.5cm

Width: 16.5'' / 42.5cm Width: 11'' / 28cm

Depth: 1.25'' / 3cm Depth: 0.25'' / 0.5cm

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