Auguste-Joseph Herlin — attribué à, faute d'oeuvres comparables, huile sur panneau, signé

Auguste-Joseph Herlin

attribué à, faute d'oeuvres comparables, huile sur panneau, signé
Auguste-Joseph Herlin — The painting without its frame

Auguste-Joseph Herlin

The painting without its frame
Auguste-Joseph Herlin — Back of the panel

Auguste-Joseph Herlin

Back of the panel
Auguste-Joseph Herlin — Signature of the artist, bottom right

Auguste-Joseph Herlin

Signature of the artist, bottom right

Auguste-Joseph Herlin a French harbour

Auguste-Joseph Herlin (1815-1900), attributed to, a possibly early work by this painter from Lille who became the director of the Museum of fine Arts, a harbour scene in France, oil on panel, signed bottom right, 23,5 x 33 cm, dimensions with the late 19th century frame 40,5 x 49 cm.

Period 1850-1900

Size: Medium

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