Laughing Cowvalier - Remoostered
Described as one of the most brilliant of all Baroque portraits, the Dutch Golden Age painter Frans Hals painted his Portrait of a Man in 1642. Displayed in the Bethnal Green Museum in London between 1872 and 1875, the title The Laughing Cavalier is actually an invention of the Victorian press and public. The unknown subject is not actually laughing but, like the Mona Lisa, has an enigmatic smile instead.
Caroline's version features her trademark bovine influence whilst remaining loyal to the nostalgia of the original.
Hand Embellished Canvas on Board SOLD
23.5 x 23 inches
Remoostered Artist Proof
Only one available.
Artist Proof - Delivery within 4-weeks.