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Attrib. Ferdinand De Brakeleer the younger (Belgian, 1828-1857) small oil on canvas genre scene. The primary subject, a mature man in a hat and vest (as viewed through a window), has just poured a glass of ale from a tankard and is peering out the window, while a second man stands in the shadows behind him. Signed F. De Braekeleer lower right. Housed in a period, possibly original, composition and giltwood frame with carved pear in cartouche ornamentation at the front corners. 9" x 7" sight, 18" x 15-1/2" framed. Note: Like his brother Henri, Ferdinand de Braeckeleer the younger followed in the foosteps of his renowned artist father (also named Ferdinand, 1792-1883), but he died young, and little is known about his further training or exhibition history. CONDITION: Painting does not appear to have been relined or cleaned; slightly darkened varnish. Frame has scattered losses to molding and repairs to corner ornamentation and appears to have been regilded.