Landscape with a Storm
attributed to Gaspard Dughet (Rome 1615 – Rome 1675)
Art / Oil paintings
1635 - 1675
Oil on canvas
1090 x 1330 mm
Place of origin
RomeOrder this image
Osterley Park and House, London (Accredited Museum)
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Oil painting on canvas, Landscape with a Storm, attributed to Gaspard Dughet (Rome 1615 – Rome 1675). Landscape in which a storm is raging, a village on the hill in which is located a tempietto, and a tower which is being struck by lightening. In the foreground, two male figures hurry along the road, fighting against the wind. In the middle distance, there are two more figures by water. The foreground is framed with two trees.
Sir Denis Mahon (1910 - 2011), at 33 Cadogan Square, London (over the chimneypiece at the back of the house), 2001; on loan to the National Trust from Sir Denis Mahon, and latterly from his estate; donated to the National Trust for display at Osterley Park by Sir Denis Mahon's estate, 2013.
Makers and roles
attributed to Gaspard Dughet (Rome 1615 – Rome 1675), artist