Irish Art
Lot 48
WALTER CHETWOOD-AIKEN | INTERIOR OF A CHURCH, BRITTANY
WALTER CHETWOOD-AIKEN | INTERIOR OF A CHURCH, BRITTANY
WALTER CHETWOOD-AIKEN | INTERIOR OF A CHURCH, BRITTANY
WALTER CHETWOOD-AIKEN | INTERIOR OF A CHURCH, BRITTANY
48

Property from the Collection of Brian P. Burns

WALTER CHETWOOD-AIKEN | INTERIOR OF A CHURCH, BRITTANY

Estimate: 2,500 - 3,500 GBP

Property from the Collection of Brian P. Burns

WALTER CHETWOOD-AIKEN | INTERIOR OF A CHURCH, BRITTANY

Estimate: 2,500 - 3,500 GBP

Lot Details

Description

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF BRIAN P. BURNS


WALTER CHETWOOD-AIKEN

1866-1899

INTERIOR OF A CHURCH, BRITTANY


inscribed on an old label attached to the reverse: Walter Chetwood-Aiken/ finished picture/ of the interior of a/ church in Brittany

oil on canvas

53.5 by 37cm., 21 by 14½in.

Condition Report

Original canvas, undulates slightly. The work appears in good overall condition.


Under ultra-violet light, there is an area of retouching in the lower left corner, and a small vertical line in the lower right corner. A few minor flecks of retouching near the right vertical edge.


Held in a gilt wood composite frame.


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Cataloguing

Provenance

Whyte’s, Dublin, 10 April 2010, lot 47, where purchased by Brian P. Burns

Irish Art
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