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Charles Brocky

Hungary (1807 -  1855 )
BROCKY Charles  Portrait Of A Young Woman

Canterbury Auction
Apr 16, 2013
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Charles Brocky - An Italian Woman

Charles Brocky - An Italian Woman

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Lot number: 19
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Charles Brocky (Hungarian, 1807-1855)

A classical beauty with a garland; An Italian woman

a pair, oil on paper laid down on linen, each

53.5 x 43cm (21 1/16 x 16 15/16in).

(2)

PROVENANCE:

with P & D Colnaghi Scott and Co., London

Norman Wilkinson Esq.

Sale, Christie's, London, 22 April 1880

Private collection, UK
Charles Brocky -  Portrait Of A Young Woman

Charles Brocky - Portrait Of A Young Woman

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Lot number: 552
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Charles Brockey (1807-1855) - Pastel and chalk - Shoulder Length portrait of a young woman, 20.75ins x 16ins, in gilt frame and glazed
Charles Brocky - The Grape Harvester

Charles Brocky - The Grape Harvester

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Lot number: 177
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Attributed to Charles Brocky (Hungarian, 1807-1855)
The grape harvester
oil on canvas, in an oval fronted frame
24¼ x 20 in. (61.5 x 50.8 cm.)
Lot Notes
Brocky was a Hungarian painter active in England. This is evident in this particular work where an attribution was suggested to Sir Frederick Leighton. On study trips to Italy and Paris (1837) he copied old master paintings and again this training is apparent in this work. He was to become a favourite portrait painter of the British aristocracy and the wealthy bourgeosie. Brocky painted mainly in an oval format and a great majority of his work, including this work, is unsigned.
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