This is one os a small and very rare set of early 19th-century watercolour costume studies by the Maltese artist, Vincenzo Feneck. They are all on offer in my Iconic Edinburgh Online Store.
Feneck was born in Malta, and his delicate watercolour studies of national or local costume are keenly sought after by collectors.
These watercolours are in his customary small scale - they have never been framed for display and consequently, all the watercolour details remain bright and fresh on each design.
This is a fine study by Feneck of an Algerian lady who is seen wearing a white veil. She also wears striped trousers and cute little red pointed slippers.
Painted with watercolour with slight traces of black under-drawing on wove paper
Sheet Size: 16 x 14.5 cm; Signed lower left: V Feneck
Inscribed lower right “No. 32” and below the image “Algerino in Hiada”
CONDITION: Good Condition. Nice bright colours.
These are of museum collection quality - and other similar costume studies are in the collection of the Met in New York.
These are genuine watercolour studies by Feneck - and NOT later copies or reproductions. They are sold as original artworks - with all consumer rights applying.
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