A signed painting by Joseph Felon

We are really proud to present to our clients this fine 19th century oil on canvas by Joseph FELON (1818-1896)  titled "Diane au bain" with its wood frame.
The painting is signed lower left.

Origin: France, french school
Material: oil on canvas
Canvas dimensions: 68 cm Height X 44 cm Lenght
Frame dimensions : 75,5 cm Height x 52 cm Lenght 

The artwork representing the theme of Diana to the Bathroom, lady of the woods, protector of wild animals, guardian of sources and streams, protector of women, portrayed here in the entirety of her beauty and caught in the act of getting wet in a mirror of water, all rendered by skilful brush strokes according to the beauty canons of the time, that is, with long blonde hair and its curvaceous body, probably to enhance its beauty.

Diana is a Roman goddess of the hunt, the moon, and nature, associated with wild animals and woodland. 
She is equated with the Greek goddess Artemis, and absorbed much of Artemis' mythology early in Roman history, including a birth on the island of Delos to parents Jupiter and Latona, and a twin brother, Apollo, though she had an independent origin in Italy.
The persona of Diana is complex, and contains a number of archaic features. 
Diana was originally considered to be a goddess of the wilderness and of the hunt, a central sport in both Roman and Greek culture.
Early Roman inscriptions to Diana celebrated her primarily as a huntress and patron of hunters.

Diana was known as the virgin goddess of childbirth and women. She was one of the three maiden goddesses, along with Minerva and Vesta, who swore never to marry. Oak groves and deer were especially sacred to her. 
Diana made up a triad with two other Roman deities; Egeria the water nymph, her servant and assistant midwife; and Virbius, the woodland god.

Documentation of the painting :
- Certificate of authenticity of the expert Mr. Renato Musetti.
- Certificate of the expert of the gallery.
- Documentation on the state of conservation of the work, with an attached CD of the vision of the canvas, 
with the lamp of Wood.
- Explanatory document comparing the work to other works of the artist.

It is also possible to view the painting in our store next Florence, our team will be glad to welcome you. 
For further information please contact us, our team is at your disposal.

We also accept personalized payments.

Sergio Schina 
antique dealer
management anticswiss.com


click on the thumbnails to enlarge pictures



Share:      


Price: � 9800

Request information about this object

Call the dealer +39.0.55.828359 or fill out the form below




CAPTCHA Image
[ Change image ]
Enter the code you see in the image

Other interesting objects

Bacchus proposes to Arianna the marriage...
DETAILS
Landscape among realism and imaginary...
DETAILS
Claude Guilleminet , French artist , painter of the surroundings of Selins...
DETAILS
Video Presentation Charles Louis Clérisseau...
DETAILS
I would water roses with my tears, to feel the pain of their thorns and the red kiss of their petals...Gabriel Garcia Marquez
DETAILS
With his works, De Nittis tells us about his life , restless and free ...
DETAILS
From an important collection French...
DETAILS
Superb picture of J.G. Rosier, oil on panel...
DETAILS
Remarkable oil on canvas depicting a beautiful blue-eyed baby, lying on a large red cushion and facing the spectator...
DETAILS
Golden curls... landscape on the background, the Infant Jesus shows us his cross...
DETAILS
Of notable beauty is the posture of the angel ...
DETAILS
Important painting of the St. Mary Magdalene in a cave...
DETAILS
From a residence on the Gnaws...
DETAILS
Our maison is proud to present this important oil painting on canvas depicting Sébastien Le Prestre, marquis de Vauban, generally known as Vauban (1633 - 1707), appointed Marshal of France by Louis XIV. This painting is attributed to the great French mast
DETAILS
Her eminent clientele was the reason of her success in Paris...
DETAILS
The richness of the costume, the fineness of embroidery ..
DETAILS
The use of the toga was reserved exclusively for male Roman citizens , while the slaves and foreigners were not entitled to wear it .
DETAILS
From a residence in Provence , a work of great elegance ...
DETAILS
From collection of an American fashion designer ...
DETAILS
In the scenery of a cave, we see the figure of Saint Jerome standing out in the foreground, depicted as a hermit and facing the cross...
DETAILS