Painting attributed to Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich - La Pastorale huile sur toile circa 1765

Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich, known as Dietricy, acquired an important reputation throughout Europe and England in the 18th century. The demand for his decorative paintings for many copies or pastiches of the Masters of the 17th and early 18th centuries.
With great quality, he painted this Pastoral scene filled with characters, shepherds, and a herd of cows. Nature is omnipresent, trees, rocks, river and a beautiful changing sky.

This painting has an extraordinary ability to capture the light, changing lighting like the sky provides different emotions, circa 1765.

A beautiful and decorative painting appraised by the Eric Turquin office, which confirms the attribution to Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich known as Dietricy.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
34.64 × 1.96 × 53.54 in
XVII-XVIIIth century

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