Figures near the entrance of a country house by Charles Rochussen
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Charles Rochussen

Figures near the entrance of a country house 1846

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23 ⨯ 31 cm
€ 20.000

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Literature: possibly: 'l'Oeuvre de Charles Rochussen. Essai d'un catalogue raisonné de ses Tableaux, Dessins, Lithographes, Eaux-Fortes', Rotterdam 1894, pag. 12, cat.nr. 69.

Charles Rochussen came from a well-to-do family and chose the profession of painting at a relatively late age. He mostly painted scenes from Dutch history and military tableaux, in which his wide knowledge of historic costumes and uniforms came in very useful. His other subject matter was the leisure pursuits of society circles like horse racing, falconry and yacht racing. He was also a skilled lithographer and book illustrator.

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Charles Rochussen came from a well-to-do family and chose the profession of painting at a relatively late age.
He mostly painted scenes from Dutch history and military tableaux, in which his wide knowledge of historic costumes and uniforms came in very useful. His other subject matter was the leisure pursuits of society circles like horse racing, falconry and yacht racing.
He was also a skilled lithographer and book illustrator