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A REVERSE GLASS PAINTING  PROBABLY GERMAN, LAST QUARTER 18TH CENTURYhttp://www.christies.com/

A REVERSE GLASS PAINTING PROBABLY GERMAN, LAST QUARTER 18TH CENTURYhttp://www.christies.com/

A Rare Pair of Flemish 18th Century "Verre Églomisé" Reverse Glass Paintings, each depicting riverfront scenes with figures, fishermen castles, cottages, tall-ships, sailboat, sheep and trees in the background. Framed with their original gilt wood frame. Circa: 1780-1790. Verre Églomisé is a French term referring to the process of applying both a design and gilding onto the rear face of glass to produce a mirror finish. The name is derived from the 18th-century French decorator and ...

A Rare Pair of Flemish 18th Century "Verre Églomisé" Reverse Glass Paintings, each depicting riverfront scenes with figures, fishermen castles, cottages, tall-ships, sailboat, sheep and trees in the background. Framed with their original gilt wood frame. Circa: 1780-1790. Verre Églomisé is a French term referring to the process of applying both a design and gilding onto the rear face of glass to produce a mirror finish. The name is derived from the 18th-century French decorator and ...

Children By the River, Reverse Glass Painting, 18th century, French school

Children By the River, Reverse Glass Painting, 18th century, French school

Indian Reverse Glass Painting  Indian reverse glass painting of a maharajah and his consort in the original gilded frame. Painting on glass was introduced into India in the 18th century by itinerant Chinese artists and was generally a middle class art form.  Glass paintings done for the rulers were of aristocrats and their mistresses. Pictures for the middle class were of deities.      India: Rajastan Circa 1880     Height: 15" | Width: 10.25"     Item #6646     Price: $1,850

Indian Reverse Glass Painting Indian reverse glass painting of a maharajah and his consort in the original gilded frame. Painting on glass was introduced into India in the 18th century by itinerant Chinese artists and was generally a middle class art form. Glass paintings done for the rulers were of aristocrats and their mistresses. Pictures for the middle class were of deities. India: Rajastan Circa 1880 Height: 15" | Width: 10.25" Item #6646 Price: $1,850

Chinese Reverse Glass Painting, 18th Century. 12" x 40"

Chinese Reverse Glass Painting, 18th Century. 12" x 40"

Reverse glass painting : The British Antique Dealers' Association

Reverse glass painting : The British Antique Dealers' Association

https://flic.kr/p/wvuG9f | Captain Joseph Huddart, as depicted in a reverse glass painting attributed to Guan Zuolin of Macao (fl. late 18th century).

https://flic.kr/p/wvuG9f | Captain Joseph Huddart, as depicted in a reverse glass painting attributed to Guan Zuolin of Macao (fl. late 18th century).

Mid-18th Century Chinese Reverse Glass Painting 1

Mid-18th Century Chinese Reverse Glass Painting

A GERMAN REVERSE GLASS PAINTING  LATE 18TH CENTURYhttp://www.christies.com/

A GERMAN REVERSE GLASS PAINTING LATE 18TH CENTURYhttp://www.christies.com/

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