Cut Roses 'Cueillette De Roses' Oil on Canvas, 19th Century
Antique late 19th century oil on canvas painting by listed artist Charles De Naeyer (active in Brussels from 1877-1911). Flemish-Baroque style, The painting captures freshly cut pink and yellow roses placed on the ground. The freshness and flourishing peak of the flowers is visible through the meticulous depiction of their petals and rose buds.
Signed lower right C. de Naeyer With auction results at Christie's and Sotheby's. He participated in various major exhibitions in Belgium and was a founding member of the Circle of Belgian Watercolorists in 1883-84. Participated in the "Exposition Historique de l'Art Belge" in Brussels in 1880; at the "35th Salon" at the Casino de Gand in 1892; on occasion at the Centenary of the "Société Royale à l'encouragement des Beaux-Arts" in Gent; the "Tables Exhibition" organized by the "Society of Fine Arts in Kortrijk" in 1911 .
The painting is in very good condition and set a beautiful Rococo style frame, which has a few chips.
Measures: Height: 52 cm, width 60 cm, depth 5 cm (framed) Height: 37 cm, width 45 cm, depth 2 cm (canvas)