19th Century Portrait of a Gentleman

Origin: England   Period: Mid 19th Century

A classic portrait of a gentleman who we believe was a reputable member of the wealthy bourgeoisie from the Victorian period.

He has  thick greying hair with sideburns and blue-grey eyes. He is wearing a black coat and waistcoat, a white chemise and a black stock. Hanging around his neck is a gold framed monocle eye glass.

The colours on this painting are bright and vibrant and the pose of the sitter is quite stately.

The portrait is an oil on canvas laid on board and is set in the original gilt moulded frame with only slight/minor wear and tear.


Width: 36.00 cm (14.2 in)

Depth: 5.00 cm (2 in)

Height: 42.00 cm (16.5 in)

Price: SOLD

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