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Fruit, Flowers and Game
Georgius Jacobus Johannes van Os

A partridge hangs from the barrel of a gun; a snipe is on top of the carved relief. On the marble slab are grapes, peaches and pomegranates. The bas-relief shows a Bacchante and a satyr, and two putti are depicted on the relief at the bottom.

Georgius van Os, a native of The Hague, was active in Amsterdam and The Hague before he settled in Paris in 1826, where he worked for the Sèvres porcelain factory.

Key facts
Artist Georgius Jacobus Johannes van Os
Artist dates 1782 - 1861
Full title Fruit, Flowers and Game
Date made about 1820
Medium and support Oil on mahogany
Dimensions 80.5 x 61.6 cm
Inscription summary Signed
Acquisition credit Bequeathed by W.W. Aston, 1919
Inventory number NG3226
Location in Gallery Not on display
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