Alfred de Breanski Jr, oil on canvas, “Invergary Castle, Loch Oich”, Grazing sheep in the foreground and cattle in the background. A beautiful lake and mountain landscape with meadows, trees and snow capped peaks. The colors are vibrant.
Signed: A De Breanski B/L. Titled and signed verso.
Painting size: 18 inches x 24 inches
Framed size: 24.25 inches x 30.75 inches
Condition: Very Good with brilliant colors and no damage or restoration. Original frame with restorations.
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Alfred Fontville De Breanski Jr was a British artist known for painting landscapes of the United Kingdom in rich detail and vivid color. Born in 1877 in London, England, De Breanski began to study art at an early age, taught by his parents and an uncle—all were accomplished painters, most especially Alfred de Breanski Sr. The younger de Breanski attended the St. Martins School of Art before embarking on his own career painting naturalistic vistas of the countryside in Scotland and Wales. Similar to Antoine-Louis Barye and Alfred Barye, the de Breanksi father and son team worked within the same media with similar subject matter, and thus needed to distinguish their artworks from one another by a unique signature. The artist later travelled to France in the 1890s and was exposed to the Belle Époque style, and made the acquaintance of James Abbott McNeil Whistler. His artworks began to show the influence of Impressionism after his return to Britain, with prominent brushstrokes and great attention paid to light. De Breanksi died in 1957 in Tonbridge, England.
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