David Teniers (II)

Guard Room, 1640s
Dulwich (London), Dulwich Picture Gallery, [..]
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canvas, oil paint
Plain-weave linen canvas. Glue-paste lined; tacking margins present. There is an unpainted margin on the left edge (possibly the original tacking margin, incorporated into the painting to extend it), and on the right edge there is a narrow addition. There is a 6 cm restored tear in the centre. This work is thinly painted and slightly abraded in the darks and half-tones. There are two areas of raised craquelure. There are scattered old discoloured retouchings over the paint surface. Previous recorded treatment: 1953, cleaned and restored, Dr Hell (Sophia Plender).
rectangle (portrait format) 72,4 x 55,8 cm
including a strip c. 2.5 cm wide at the right edge, possibly added
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David Teniers (II)
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David Teniers (I)
Haydon 1817
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1640s (1640 - 1649)
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Creation date: 2018-06-09; Last modified date: 2021-06-04


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