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Carl Gustav Klingstedt-Attrib. "Scene from "Commedia dell'arte"", miniature, early 18th century 2000 EUR
Carl Gustav Klingstedt-Attrib. "Scene from "Commedia dell'arte"", miniature, early 18th century
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Carl Gustav Klingstedt (1657 Riga - 1734 Paris) entered the Swedish army at the age of 15 and from 1677 served in the French army. In 1689 he left to dedicate himself to painting. In France, where he was given the French form of his name: Clinchelet (or Clinchetet and Clingetel), he developed a fruitful activity as miniaturist and painted mainly gallant, often quite free scenes for tobacco boxes. The artist enjoyed great popularity and received the nickname "Le Raphael des Tabatiers". Klingstedt's miniatures are mainly painted on vellum, but there are known some made in the technique of enamel painting on copper.
Provenance: Swiss private collection
Condition: good; in magnificent 19th-century ormolu easel-frame in Neoclassical style
Creation Year: early 18th Century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:4,6x6,2cm/1,8x2,4in FRAMED: 7,9x8,5cm/3,1x3,3in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: oil on ivory
Creator: Carl Gustav Klingstedt
Creator Dates: 1657 Riga-1734 Paris
OBS: Austrian mail refunds cases of loss or damage with maximum EUR 500.
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