A Late 17th Century / Early 18th Century English Antique Carved Pine Plaque in the Form of a Green Man
Late 17th Century / Early 18th Century English Antique Carved Pine Plaque in the Form of a Grotesque
A lovely late 17thC / early 18thC antique carved pine plaque.
Carved as a ‘Green Man’-type mask with open mouth, his tongue protruding and, acanthus leaves representing hair.
With small traces of original gesso and polychrome.
The carving has been mounted on a board covered with 17th century glazed linen.
Condition – Please refer to the images. Some surface wear is apparent commensurate with age. The plaque displays very well. A further condition report is available upon request.
Size: Height 37.6 cm (15″) x Width 24.3 cm (9 3⁄4“) x Depth 8 cm (3 1⁄4“)
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