19th Century Oil on Canvas by Alfred Brunel De Neuville Titled “Chatons Et Lait.” The title translates from French to “Kittens and Milk.” Alfred-Arthur Brunel de Neuville was a French painter. In his twenties, he became renowned for his famous animal and still life paintings. This particular piece was done in the realism fashion. A group of kittens are set against a dark background and are portrayed as somewhat mischievous. There is a bowl of milk set in front of them. The signature can be found on the lower right of the front of the canvas.
With the original frame: H= 15.5 in. W=19.5 in. D= 2.5 in.
Canvas only: H= 9.5 in. W= 13 in.