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Nationality

Flemish

Artist Dates

1702-1748

Title of Work

Study of Antiquities II

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Date of Work

c. 1740

Medium

Oil on canvas

Height

24 1/2"

Width

31"

Collection/Provenance

Art & Design Study Collection

Status

Stored: S06

Location

UND Art Collections Repository

Artist Bio

Born in Antwerp and initially trained in painting by his father, Nollekens was subsequently influenced by the French Rococo style of Jean-Antoine Watteau (1634-1721). The inclusion of classical ruins in Nollekens' painting was inspired by the late classical Baroque art of Italian painter Giovanni Paolo Panini (1691-1765). Nollekens went to England in 1733, settling in London and earning his livelihood as a painter and picture restorer. The painter is sometimes referred to as "Old Nollekens" to distinguish him from his son, British-born sculptor Joseph Nollekens.

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