Monumental framed oil on canvas pastural landscape by Hans Jacob Maurer, signed and dated J.B Maurer, 1780. Stylistically, this painting is reminiscent of the plein air and fete champetre movements of the French, 18th century court painters, Boucher, Fragonard, Watteau and Robert. In good condition. Contact for detailed condition.
106 in. H x 94 in. W x 5 in. D
269 cm H x 239 cm W x 13 cm. D
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