Alfred Brunet-Debaines after William Wyld - c.1870 Etching, A Street In Verona
A street in Verona, buildings on either side; at right, shop fronts, attracting passers by; a group of figures at centre of the street conversing; beyond, a building with a tower just seen; after Wyld. c.1870s. It is possible that this is a view of Corso Saint Anastasia and the Palazzo Maffei.
The print has been presented in a thin black frameOn laid.
The print is in remarkable condition given its age. There is only a small mark to the right side. The frame has surface scuffing.
17 x 10.5cm (6.7" x 4.1")Sheet: 28 x 22.5cm (11" x 8.9") Framed Size: 29.9 x 24.3cm (11.8" x 9.6")
Alfred Brunet-Debaines (5 November 1845 – 1939) was a French artist and printmaker who depicted street scenes and architecture, and who was the son of the architect Charles-Louis-Fortuné Brunet-Debaine. He regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1872 and 1886. Museums in France and England include examples of his etchings in their permanent collections. In 1882, he was elected a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers. Museums in France and England include examples of his etchings in their permanent collections.
|Artist||Alfred Brunet-Debaines after William Wyld|
|Dimensions||17 x 10.5cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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