Frederick Tully Lott (1828-1899) - 19th Century Oil, La Porte du Roy, Normandy
DescriptionA fine oil painting by the British artist Frederick Tully Lott (1828-1899). The painting depicts a street scene with a focus on 'The King's Gate' ('La Porte du Roy'), which is located in Normandy, France. This medieval arch serves as an entrance to the castle and the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel. The impressive level of detail and delicate brush-strokes illustrate the artist's clear proficiency in the medium and subject. Artist's signature and location to the reverse. Well-presented in a gilt effect wooden frame with moulding details. On canvas on stretchers.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and surface marks, mainly to the upper margin. Some wear to the frame, including minor scuffs and small losses to the moulding. Inspection under UV light reveals some restoration, also visible to the reverse.
34 x 23.2cm (13.4" x 9.1")Framed Size: 48 x 37cm (18.9" x 14.6")
|Artist||Frederick Tully Lott (1828-1899)|
|Dimensions||34 x 23.2cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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