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Lot 786: JEAN LOUIS HAMON, French, 1821-1874, Woman in a garden playing with small cherub, Oil on canvas, 15½" x 17". Framed.

Fine & Decorative Art - Day 2

Platinum House

by Eldred's

August 11, 2006

East Dennis, MA, USA

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  • JEAN LOUIS HAMON, French, 1821-1874, Woman in a garden playing with small cherub, Oil on canvas, 15½
  • JEAN LOUIS HAMON, French, 1821-1874, Woman in a garden playing with small cherub, Oil on canvas, 15½
  • JEAN LOUIS HAMON, French, 1821-1874, Woman in a garden playing with small cherub, Oil on canvas, 15½
  • JEAN LOUIS HAMON, French, 1821-1874, Woman in a garden playing with small cherub, Oil on canvas, 15½
  • JEAN LOUIS HAMON, French, 1821-1874, Woman in a garden playing with small cherub, Oil on canvas, 15½
   
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Description: JEAN LOUIS HAMON
French, 1821-1874

Woman in a garden playing with small cherub chained to a feeder/post. Signed lower right "J.L. Hamon, Roscoff 1870".
Oil on canvas, 15½" x 17". Framed.

Condition Report: Small flaking lower right above signature. Small amount of inpainting at woman's neck line.

Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Eldred's shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.

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