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Francesco, Lord Mancini

Italy (Napoli 1829 -  1905 )
MANCINI Francesco, Lord To The Hunt

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Aug 28, 2014
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Francesco, Lord Mancini - Peasant In Landscape

Francesco, Lord Mancini - Peasant In Landscape

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Lot number: 357
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FRANCESCO MANCINI dubbed LORD (Naples 1829 - 1905) PEASANT IN LANDSCAPE Oli on canvas, cm. 41 x 26 Signed lower left Giltwood frame
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Francesco, Lord Mancini - ‘to The Hunt‘

Francesco, Lord Mancini - ‘to The Hunt‘

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Lot number: 48
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Francesco Lord Mancini (1830-1905), \‘To the Hunt\‘, 19th C.
Oil on canvas
Italy, 19th Century
Francesco Lord Mancini (1830-1905) – Italian painter
Signed \‘Mancini\‘ lower left
Overall dimensions, with frame: 70 x 60.5 cm
Provenance: Swiss private collection
Francesco Lord Mancini often visited the subject of equestrian portraits. Mancini's paintings in this format fetch up over 33,000 euros on the international market
This object is sold through the Berlin office
The present painting is the work of the Italian painter Francesco Mancini (1830-1905), called Lord. Equestrian portraits were a subject often ...
Francesco, Lord Mancini - To The Hunt

Francesco, Lord Mancini - To The Hunt

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Lot number: 77
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Lot 77: Francesco Lord Mancini (1830-1905), 'To the Hunt', 19th C
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Oil on canvas

Italy, 19th Century

Francesco Lord Mancini (1830-1905) - Italian painter

Signed 'Mancini' lower left

Overall dimensions, with frame: 70 x 60.5 cm

Provenance: Swiss private collection

Francesco Lord Mancini often visited the subject of equestrian portraits. Mancini's paintings in this format fetch up over 33,000 euros on the international market
The present painting is the work of the Italian painter Francesco Mancini (1830-1905), called Lord. Equestrian portraits were a subject often visited by the Neapolitan artist. This fine painting depicts the gentleman in red jacket, accompanied by his dog. In elegant pose, he stands by his finely groomed and coiffed stallion. Behind him opens an open landscape that delights with a variety of shades of green and an atmospheric lighting.

The painting is signed lower left, 'Mancini'. It is, in general, well presented. There are few areas of light retouching in the lower half of the image with a patch on reverse in one point. The gilt wooden frame shows major wear marks and restoration. The overall dimensions with frame are 70 x 60.5 cm. The stretcher measures 60 x 50 cm.

Francesco Lord Mancini (1830-1905)

Born in Naples, the painter Francesco Lord Mancini was inscribed at the 'Reale Istituto di Belle Arti' from 1844. He first studied drawing, then landscapes with Gabriele Smargiassi. Late 1850s, he finished the academic studies and made ​​several trips through southern Italy. In 1877, Mancini was appointed teacher at the Neapolitan Academy of Fine Arts. In 1888, he was co-founder of the 'Circolo Artistico Napoletano'. In addition to his landscapes from Abruzzo, Apulia and Calabria, he painted scenes of the Paris and London city life. After his stay in London, he added the term 'Lord' to his name Mancini.
Francesco, Lord Mancini - To The Hunt

Francesco, Lord Mancini - To The Hunt

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Lot number: 51
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Lot 51: Francesco Lord Mancini (1830-1905), 'To the Hunt', 19th C
Francesco (1829) Mancini (1829-1905)
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Oil on canvas

Italy, 19th Century

Francesco Lord Mancini (1830-1905) - Italian painter

Signed 'Mancini' lower left

Overall dimensions, with frame: 70 x 60.5 cm

Provenance: Swiss private collection

Francesco Lord Mancini often visited the subject of equestrian portraits. Mancini's paintings in this format fetch up over 33,000 euros on the international market
The present painting is the work of the Italian painter Francesco Mancini (1830-1905), called Lord. Equestrian portraits were a subject often visited by the Neapolitan artist. This fine painting depicts the gentleman in red jacket, accompanied by his dog. In elegant pose, he stands by his finely groomed and coiffed stallion. Behind him opens an open landscape that delights with a variety of shades of green and an atmospheric lighting.

The painting is signed lower left, 'Mancini'. It is, in general, well presented. There are few areas of light retouching in the lower half of the image with a patch on reverse in one point. The gilt wooden frame shows major wear marks and restoration. The overall dimensions with frame are 70 x 60.5 cm. The stretcher measures 60 x 50 cm.

Francesco Lord Mancini (1830-1905)

Born in Naples, the painter Francesco Lord Mancini was inscribed at the 'Reale Istituto di Belle Arti' from 1844. He first studied drawing, then landscapes with Gabriele Smargiassi. Late 1850s, he finished the academic studies and made ​​several trips through southern Italy. In 1877, Mancini was appointed teacher at the Neapolitan Academy of Fine Arts. In 1888, he was co-founder of the 'Circolo Artistico Napoletano'. In addition to his landscapes from Abruzzo, Apulia and Calabria, he painted scenes of the Paris and London city life. After his stay in London, he added the term 'Lord' to his name Mancini.
Francesco, Lord Mancini - Corsa Di Cavalli In Campagna

Francesco, Lord Mancini - Corsa Di Cavalli In Campagna

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Lot number: 70
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