Jehan Georges Vibert's "Painted by himself" will be offered at Bonham's 19th Century Art sale in London this month with a pre-sale estimate of £30,000 - 50,000 .
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Jehan Georges Vibert's "Painted by himself" will be offered at Bonham's 19th Century Art sale in London this month with a pre-sale estimate of £30,000 - 50,000.
Preview starts on Thursday 20 September at New Bond Street.
Jehan Georges Vibert (French, 1840-1902), Painted by himself
The painting of cardinals and other high ranking Catholic clergy became a genre in its own right in the latter half of the nineteenth century and it was one that Vibert fully mastered. His gentle mocking of the leading figures of the Church struck a chord at the time and this popularity has survived remarkably well.
19th Century European, Victorian, and British Impressionist Art sale, September 26 2018, New Bond Street, London.
Jehan Georges Vibert (French, 1840-1902)
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