KPM Porcelain Painting After Murillo

  • This enchanting KPM painting on porcelain is entitled Grape and Melon Eaters
  • It was painted after a work by 17th-century Spanish artist Bartolome Esteban Murillo
  • The charming scene evokes the spirit of the 17th-century masters
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Item No. 29-0713

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Painted after a work by 17th-century Spanish artist Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1617-1682), this enchanting KPM painting on porcelain is a beautiful rendering of the artist's original work of two Neapolitan urchins eating fruit. Entitled "Grape and Melon Eaters," the painting invokes the spirit of the 17th-century master painter. The porcelain plaque is impressed with the KPM monogram and sceptre mark.Circa 1900KPM plaque: 11" high x 8 3/4" wideGiltwood frame: 19 3/4" high x 17 1/2" wide
This highly detailed KPM painting on porcelain is entitled Grape and Melon Eaters
Maker: KPM
Period: 19th Century
Origin: Germany
Type: Plaques
Width: 17.5 Inches
Height: 19.75 Inches

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