This is an original antique 19-century large oil painting on canvas depicting a portrait of a gentleman dressed in a black suit with a white shirt and bow tie.
The painting overall is in good condition, has heavy craquelures due to age (especially in the lower middle), no holes.
No visible signature.
The reverse of the canvas shows two antique framing fasteners known as Shattuck's ( dated 1885)- invented in 1883 by Aaron Draper Shattuck, a 19-century artist who lived in the North East.
Presented in the stunning heavy antique gold painted frame. The frame has some cracks but overall in good antique condition.
Please look at the photos to see the details. (Photos are part of the description, were taken outside with no filters).
Framed measures 35"x 31", painting measures 25" x 20".
Please note that the physical colors of the item may vary from the pictures in the listing, given the quality of the camera, the lighting, and the background used
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