Fête champêtre (called 'Scene from Callaco')

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It has not been possible to clarify the reference to 'Callaco' (also given as 'Collacco' in a 1929 exhibition catalogue of the collection). The painting was previously attributed to Charles Robert Leslie.

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Fête champêtre (called 'Scene from Callaco')


1830s (?)


oil on canvas


H 46 x W 37 cm

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Acquisition method

bequeathed by John Henry Bell, 1929

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