19th Century Pastel Portrait Young Girl Picking Cherries - image 1 of 9

Charming 19th century pastel portrait of a darling young girl picking cherries. Possibly after the painting by George Romney titled "Portrait of Miss Willoughby. Obviously this artist was influenced by Romney's work as can be seen in the posture of the young girl, the color of her hat, and the background. Beautifully rendered piece by a skilled hand. Unsigned. Sight 24.50" by 18", Framed and glazed 31" by 24.5". The painting is in excellent antique condition. Frame has had some damge (see close-up photos), but it shows nicely. I would not change a thing. Impressive piece.

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01421
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Portrait

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19th Century Pastel Portrait Young Girl Picking Cherries

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