Attributed to Elisa de Gamond (active Brussels circa 1837) Diana the Huntress and her dog resting in
Lot 41
Attributed to Elisa de Gamond (active Brussels circa 1837) Diana the Huntress and her dog resting in a landscape in a contemporary Neoclassical gilt frame
Sold for £4,800 (US$ 8,059) inc. premium
Lot Details
Attributed to Elisa de Gamond (active Brussels circa 1837)
Diana the Huntress and her dog resting in a landscape
oil on canvas
55.7 x 64.5cm (21 15/16 x 25 3/8in).
in a contemporary Neoclassical gilt frame

Footnotes

  • PROVENANCE:
    Collection M. Albert Heyse, 1913

    The present work is sold with a copy of a letter, dated 8 September 1913, stating that it is an autograph copy after de Gamond's Une Nymph egarée de la suite de Diane, then in the Museum of Ghent. Very little is known of de Gamond's work except that she was the pupil of Joseph Paelinck (Oostaker 1781-1839 Brussels). In 1826 she won the Prix au Concours principal at the Académie royale de dessin, peinture, sculture et l'architecture of Ghent with the aforementioned painting of a nymph.

Saleroom notices

  • Please note that the dimensions should read 55.7 x 75cm (22 x 29 1/2 in.)
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