Danish School Portrait Of A Lady With A Floral Bonnet

Danish School Portrait Of A Lady With A Floral Bonnet

A fine mid-19th-century oil on canvas depicting a lady wearing a silk shawl and lace bonnet decorated with roses.

This beautiful little painting captures the essence of the sitter so well. Her eyes convey a kindness and there’s the inkling of a smile.

During the 1860s, bonnets were often decorated with an array of fancy ribbons, bows and flora. In this particular example, the lady appears to be wearing a pink and an orange rose on her left side.

The painting is housed within what is probably its original gilded frame.

Medium
Oil on canvas
Overall size
8½” x 9½” / 21cm x 24cm
Year of creation
c. 1865
Provenance
Denmark
Condition
Areas of craquelure and one small loss on the left. Frame with age-related wear and a missing piece of decoration in the top right.

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