A Classical Landscape
manner of Jan Frans van Bloemen, called Orizzonte (Antwerp 1662 – Rome 1749)
Oil painting on canvas laid on board, A Classical Landscape, in the manner of Jan Frans van Bloemen (Antwerp 1662 – Rome 1749) called Orizzonte. One of a pair of ideal landscapes, see WIM/P/53. Three figures conversing in the foreground beneath a stone pine; classical buildings behind.
Bought by Mrs Bambridge in July 1963 from Oscar & Peter Johnson as by 'Orizonte', for £650; bequeathed by Elsie Kipling, Mrs George Bambridge (1896 - 1976), daughter of Rudyard Kipling, to the National Trust together with Wimpole Hall, all its contents and an estate of 3,000 acres
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manner of Jan Frans van Bloemen, called Orizzonte (Antwerp 1662 – Rome 1749) , artist previously catalogued as attributed to Andrea Locatelli (Rome 1695 – Rome 1741?), artist