Late 19th-Century Belgian School Portrait Study Of A Woman

Late 19th-Century Belgian School Portrait Study Of A Woman

A beautiful late 19th-century portrait study of a demure young lady holding a bouquet of wildflowers. She looks down with her eyes almost closed and appears lost in her thoughts - distant and ethereal.

The portrait is signed ‘C Tulpinck’ in the lower right and housed within a period gilded frame.

Medium: Oil on canvas
Overall size: 25” x 32” / 63cm x 82cm
Year of creation: 1890
Provenance: Belgium
Condition: Canvas a little thin in areas but otherwise fine. Frame with some losses and age-related wear.

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