A stained glass picture of a genre scene, after Teniers.

Signed Jervais, early 18th Century, in a later frame, height 30.5cm.

In the 18th Century Dublin-born Thomas Jervais was one of the foremost artists in the extremely popular genre of glass painting.

He excelled in copying the works of, amongst others, the Flemish artist David Teniers, the Younger (1610-1690).

He is perhaps best known for creating the West window of New College, Oxford, after a design by Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792).

He died in 1799.


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