John Barratt (1824-1890) - Mid 19th Century Watercolour, Giselle
DescriptionA delightful watercolour depicting a ballerina in a dressing room, possibly Carlotta Grisi (1819-1899) who originated the role of Giselle in Paris in 1841. Presented in a clean cream mount and a thin brass frame with foliate detailing, a standing foot, and domed glazing. Unsigned. On wove.
There is some tarnishing to the frame but overall in fine condition.
14 x 10cm (5.5" x 3.9")
A charming collection of watercolours by the Victorian artist John Barratt (1824-1890). Subjects include sensitive figure studies that capture the fashions of the 1840s and 1850s. The name and dates of the artist were attached to the portfolio upon its acquisition by Sulis Fine Art.
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|Artist||John Barratt (1824-1890)|
|Date||Mid 19th Century|
|Dimensions||14 x 10cm|
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