Attributed To Adamine Sindberg, Still Life With Roses

Attributed To Adamine Sindberg, Still Life With Roses

This beautiful 19th-century still life with roses is admirable in its gentle portrayal and subtle brushwork. It’s attributed to Danish artist, Adamine Sindberg (1840-1919), who specialised in flower painting.

Interestingly, the flowers are set against a dark background, a technique often employed by the Dutch masters, yet the flowers retain their delicacy despite the increase in contrast.

The painting is inscribed on the reverse and housed within a later frame. 

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Medium: Oil on panel
Overall size: 20” x 16” / 51cm x 40cm
Year of creation: c. 1890
Condition: Craquelure but the paint layer is stable.
Artist’s auction highlight: £3,582 achieved for an oil painting in 2020.

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