Oil Painting after 'The Finding Of Moses' in style of Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema


A specially commissioned oil painting on canvas interpreting The Finding Of Moses in style of Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema.

The original was painted in 1904 and epicts the Biblical scebe of the infant Moses being carried in a procession after being found in abandoned in a basket in the reeds of the River Nile.  It recently sold for a record smashing $35,922,000 at Sothebys in New York, making the highest price ever for a non-impressionist painting worldwide.

The canvas has been stretched and mounted in a 4.5" hand made frame in gold metal leaf finish.

Width: 46 inches  |  Depth: 1 inches  |  Height: 32¼ inches

Width: 117 cm  |  Depth: 3 cm  |  Height: 82 cm

Item code: OP113-45Whistlerleaf

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