PAIR 17th Century Oil Paintings of Trophy Fowls, Signed Von Hamilton.
Philipp Ferdinand de Hamilton (c. 1664 – 1750), was an 18th-century painter from the Southern Netherlands active in Austria. He was born in Brussels as the son of the Scottish painter James de Hamilton, who taught him to paint. From 1705 to 1750 he was court painter in Vienna, and he is known for hunting scenes like his brother Johann Georg. He died in Vienna.
This pair of fine oils is attributed to Flemish artist Philipp Ferdinand Von Hamilton. Von Hamilton, also known as de Hamilton was born in Brussels. He, along with three sons, were all master court painters to the crowned heads of Europe. These paintings have been professionally conserved, re-stretched, and they're ready to hang. Some overpainting could be easily accomplished where the canvas is slightly worn. Frames are perhaps 19th century. They exhibit some shrinkage, but they showcase the paintings beautifully.
Approximate Dimensions: 26"H X 23"W X 1 1/2"D (outside dimensions of frame)