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R E N É M A G R I T T E (1898 – 1967) Nocturne Oil on canvas 75 x 50 cm (291 ⁄ 2 × 193 ⁄4 inches) Signed and dated lower left, Magritte 23 Inscribed on the stretcher RENE MARGRITTE “NOCTURNE” Illustrated on page 30-31


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C L A U D E M O N E T (1840 – 1926)

La Seine près de Vétheuil, Temps Orageux Oil on canvas 60.7 × 100.3 cm (237 ⁄ 8 × 391 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed and inscribed lower right Executed in 1878 Opposite : detail Provenance

Literature

Dr Georges de Bellio, Paris, gifted by the artist in 1879 E. Donop de Monchy, Paris (1894 until at least 1920) Galerie Charles Vildrac, Paris Fernand & Beatrice Leval, New York, acquired in 1945 Christie’s New York, 4th May 2005 Collection International Auction Organisation, Tokyo The collection of Jeffrey Archer, UK Christie’s London, 28th June 2011 Private collection, USA, acquired from the above sale

R. Niculescu, ‘G de Bellio, l’ami des impressionnistes’, Vol. I, 1964, No. 2, p. 264 D. Wildenstein, Vol. I, Lausanne, 1974, pp. 320-1, No. 478 (illustrated) D. Wildenstein, Vol. II, Cologne, 1996, p. 191, No. 478 (illustrated)

Exhibited Paris, Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris, 2007, pp. 22-23 (illustrated); p. 66, No. 22 (illustrated)

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PA U L G A U G U I N (1848 – 1903)

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Rouen, L’Église Saint-Ouen Oil on canvas 91.5 × 72.8 cm (36 × 28 5 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated lower right, P Gauguin 84 Provenance Daniel de Monfreid, Paris, 1893 (possibly) French Art Gallery, New York, by 1944 Hugo Moser, New York, after 1948 Pedro Vallenilla Echeverria, Caracas, by 1957 Wildenstein & Co., Inc., New York, by 1968 Private collection, US, acquired by the owner’s family in the 1970s

Exhibited Paris, Catalogue de la 8ème Exposition de Peinture, May-June 1886, No. 51 (possibly) Amsterdam, E.J. van Wisselingh & Co., Peintures françaises, 1940, No. 14 Milwaukee Art Institute, Masters of Impressionism, October-November 1948, No. 13 Caracas, Fundación Eugenio Mendoza, Cien Años de Pintura Moderna, 1840-1940, May 1957, p. 13, No. 19 (illustrated) Caracas, Museo de Bellas Artes, 20 Obras de la Colección Pedro Vallenilla Echeverria, 1959, p. 9, No. 7 London, Wildenstein & Co., Ltd., French Impressionists and Some of Their Contemporaries, April-May 1963, pp. 23-24, No. 64 (illustrated) Corpus Christi, Art Museum of South Texas, Ideas for the Collector, February-March 1968

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Baltimore Museum of Art, From El Greco to Pollock, Early and Late Works by European and American Artists, October-December 1968, pp. 86-87, No. 65, p. 86 (illustrated) Cincinnati Art Museum, The Early Work of Paul Gauguin, Genesis of An Artist, MarchApril 1971, pp. 7 and 11, No. 6; and p. 17, fig. 6 (illustrated)

Literature J. Rewald, ed., Camille Pissarro, Letters to His Son Lucien, New York, 1943, p. 48, fig. 8 (illustrated) J. Rewald, The History of Impressionism, New York, 1946, p. 376 (illustrated) G. Diehl, El Arte Moderno Francés en Caracas, Instituto Cultural Venezolano-Francés, 1959, p. 19, No. 18 (illustrated) “Notiziario,” Arte Antica e Moderna, No. 22, April-June, 1963, p. XVI, fig. 40 (illustrated) A. Bury, “In the Galleries, Lautrec and Gauguin”, Connoisseur, December 1963, p. 258 G. Wildenstein, Gauguin, Paris, 1964, Vol. I, pp. 41-42, No. 103, p. 41 (illustrated) J. Rewald, The History of Impressionism, New York, 1973, p. 494 (illustrated) D. Wildenstein, Gauguin, Premier Itinéraire d’un Sauvage, Catalogue de l’Œuvre Peint (1873-1888), Paris, 2002, Vol. I, p. 144, No. 124 (illustrated)


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P I E R R E - A U G U S T E R E N O I R (1841 – 1919)

Vue prise des Collettes, Cagnes Oil on Canvas 28 × 45.7 cm (11 × 18 inches) Signed lower left, Renoir Executed circa 1910-1911 Provenance Mme Chavan, Lausanne Sotheby’s London, 2nd December 1981 Sotheby’s London, 4th February 2004 Richard Green, London Private collection, acquired from the above in August 2004

Literature A.Vollard, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Tableaux, pastels et dessins, Paris, 1918 G-P. Dauberville and M. Dauberville Renoir: Catalogue raisonné des tableaux, pastels, dessins et aquarelles, 1903-1910, vol 4, No. 2930

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This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the Wildenstein Institute confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Pierre-Auguste Renoir being prepared by the Wildenstein Institute established from the archives of François Daulte, Durand-Ruel, Venturi, Vollard and Wildenstein.


P I E R R E - A U G U S T E R E N O I R (1841 – 1919)

Bord de Rivière, Rameur dans une Barque Oil on canvas 32.7 × 40.6 cm (127 ⁄ 8 × 16 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower right Provenance

Literature

Estate of the artist, M.Dubourg, Paris Galerie Durand-Ruel, Paris, acquired from the above, 1936 J.Guerlain, Paris, acquired from the above, 1940 Waring Hopkins, Paris O’Hara Gallery, New York, acquired from the above Richard L.Feigen & Co., New York, acquired from the above Sarina Tang Fine Arts, New York, acquired from the above Christie’s, New York, 12th November 1997 Private collection, acquired from the above Christie’s, New York, 7th December 2002 Bought by a French gallery, acquired from the above Private collection, UK, acquired in 2003

A.Vollard, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Tableaux, pastels et dessins, Paris, 1918, Vol.1, p.165, No.653 (illustrated; titled Paysage) This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the Wildenstein Institute dated 2nd June 2012 confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Pierre-Auguste Renoir being prepared by the Wildenstein Institute established from the archives of François Daulte, Durand-Ruel, Venturi, Vollard and Wildenstein.

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C A M I L L E P I S S A R R O (1830 – 1903)

Bords de l’Oise, Environs de Pontoise Oil on canvas 32.4 × 40.9 cm (123 ⁄4 × 161 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated lower right, C. Pissarro 1872

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Provenance

Exhibited

Hector Brame, Paris Galerie Durand-Ruel, Paris, acquired from the above on 24th October 1921 Terves, acquired from the above on 1st March 1924 Bruno Stahl, Berlin, placed in storage at the Wildenstein Gallery, Paris Confiscated with other artworks belonging to Georges Wildenstein from the gallery by the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR) in occupied Paris and transferred to the Jeu de Paume, Paris Transferred to Lager Peter in Altaussee, Austria on 15th January 1943 Transferred to the Central Collecting Point, Munich on 20th June 1945 (inv. No. 212/21) Repatriated to France on 18th April 1946 Restituted to Georges Wildenstein on 21st March 1947 and returned to Bruno Stahl Wildenstein & Co., Inc., New York, acquired from the above in January 1949 Jacques Guerlain, Paris, acquired from the above in 1951 Private collection, France, acquired from the above

Paris, Galerie Durand-Ruel, Pissarro (1830-1903), 1956, No. 11

Literature A. Tabarant, Pissarro, Paris, 1924, pl. 13 L-R. Pissarro & L. Venturi, Camille Pissarro son art-son oeuvre, Paris, 1939, Vol. I, No. 161, catalogued p. 102; Vol. II, No. 161, pl. 32 G. Jedlicka, Pissarro, Bern, 1950, pl. 8 T. Natanson, Pissarro, Lausanne, 1950, pl. 8 R. Brettell, Pissarro and Pontoise, the Painter in a Landscape, London & New Haven, 1990, mentioned p. 158 J. Pissarro & C. Durand-Ruel Snollaerts, Pissarro, Catalogue critique des peintures, Vol. II, Paris, 2005, p. 218, No. 274 (illustrated)


C A M I L L E P I S S A R R O (1830 – 1903)

Le Ru de Montbuisson, Louveciennes Oil on canvas 46 × 55.5 cm (181 ⁄ 8 × 217 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed lower right, C. Pissarro Executed in 1869 Provenance

Literature

Alfred Daber, Paris The Lefevre Gallery (Alex Reid & Lefevre), London, acquired from the above in 1950 Robert Morley, London, acquired from the above in 1951 Annabel Morley, London Dr. W. Eisenbeiss, Zürich Private collection, USA

C. Lloyd, Pissarro, London, 1992, No. 8 J. Pissarro & C. Durand-Ruel Snollaerts, Pissarro, Catalogue critique des peintures, Vol. II, Paris, 2005, p. 12, No. 136 (illustrated)

Exhibited London, The Lefevre Gallery (Alex Reid & Lefevre), Géricault to Renoir, 1951, No. 23 London, The Lefevre Gallery (Alex Reid & Lefevre), XIX and XX Century French Paintings and Drawings, 1960, No. 29

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C A M I L L E P I S S A R R O (1830 – 1903)

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Le Chou à Pontoise Oil on canvas 73 × 92 cm (283 ⁄4 × 361 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed and dated lower right, C. Pissarro 1882 Provenance Isadore Montaignac, Paris (sold: Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, December 3-4, 1917) Winkel & Magnussen, Copenhagen, acquired from the above sale and sold: American Arts Association, New York, 6th April 1922 Durand-Ruel, New York, acquired from the above sale (possibly) Georges Lecomte, Paris, acquired from the above Sam Salz, New York Paul Shields, New York, acquired from the above in June 1958 Barbara Shields Crowley Estate of Barbara Shields Crowley (Sotheby’s, New York, 17th May 1990) Connaught Brown, London Acquired from the above in 2009

Exhibited Geneva, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, 1918, Tableaux anciens et modernes: collections de M. le Conseiller d’État Hansen à Copenhague, No. 116 Neuchâtel, Société des Amis des Arts, 1919, Tableaux provenant des collections de M. le Conseiller d’État Hansen à Copenhague, No. 64 Copenhagen, V. Winkel & Magussen, 1919, French Painting, No. 675

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Paris, Galerie Durand-Ruel, 1928, Tableaux par Camille Pissarro, No. 39 Paris, Musée de l’Orangerie, 1930, Centenaire de la Naissance de Camille Pissarro, No. 56 bis Paris, Galerie Durand-Ruel, Pissarro (1830-1903), 1956, No. 46 (illustrated)

Literature L.-R. Pissarro & L. Venturi, Camille Pissarro, Son Art - Son Œuvre, Vol. 1, Paris, 1939, No. 562, p. 161; Vol. 2, (illustrated pl. 116) F. Cachin, Studies on Camille Pissarro, 1987, p. 96 J. Pissarro & C. Durand-Ruel Snollaerts, Pissarro, Catalogue critique des peintures, Vol. II, Paris, 2005, p. 452, No. 675, (illustrated)


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C A M I L L E P I S S A R R O (1830 – 1903)

Lisière du Bois Oil on canvas 25.5 × 37 cm (10 × 141 ⁄ 1 6 inches) Signed and dated lower left, C. Pissarro 67 Provenance Versailles, Hôtel Rameau, 9th June 1960, bought before 1960 by Simon Barbey, Geneva (Switzerland), who was still the owner in 1976

Exhibited Pavia, Italy, Visconti Castle Stables, Pissarro, February - June, 2014, Cat. No.7

Literature J. Pissarro & C. Durand-Ruel Snollaerts, Pissarro, Catalogue critique des peintures, Vol. II, Paris, 2005, p.105, No. 113

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C A M I L L E P I S S A R R O (1830 – 1903)

Personnages Discutant au Bord d’un Chemin Oil on canvas 32.7 x 45.7 cm (127 ⁄8 x 18 inches) Signed and dated lower left, C. Pizarro 1856 Provenance Private collection, Denmark Private collection, USA

Exhibited New York, The Jewish Museum, Camille Pissarro, Impressions of City and Country, September 2007 - February 2008, p. 78 (illustrated, p. 33, pl. 3) Charlottenlund (Denmark), Ordrupgaard Museum, Pissarro: Between Danish Golden Age Painting and French Impressionism, 9th March – 7th July 2017

Literature J. Pissarro & C. Durand-Ruel Snollaerts, Pissarro, Catalogue critique des peintures, Vol. II, Paris, 2005, p. 50, No. 19 (illustrated)

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C A M I L L E P I S S A R R O (1830 – 1903)

Route de Neaufles Watercolour and pencil on paper 12.7 × 17.8 cm (5 × 7 inches) Signed lower right, C. Pissarro Dated and inscribed lower left, route de Neaufles - Oct ‘88 This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Dr. Joachim Pissarro, dated 30th October 2014 confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné of Drawings by Camille Pissarro.

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C A M I L L E P I S S A R R O (1830 – 1903)

Paysanne Tricotant Gouache on paper 53.5 × 36 cm (211 ⁄8 × 141 ⁄8 inches) Signed and inscribed lower right, C. Pissarro Pontoise Executed circa 1881-1883 Provenance Maître Pierre Blâche, Grenoble, 10th December 1979 Private collection, France (acquired from the above) Private collection, New York This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Dr. Joachim Pissarro, dated 27th December 2004 confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné of Drawings by Camille Pissarro.

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C A M I L L E P I S S A R R O (1830 – 1903) Paysage avec deux Personnages Ink on paper 16.2 × 21.6 cm (63 ⁄8 × 81 ⁄2 inches) Stamped lower right with the artist’s initials C.P. (Lugt 613e) Executed between 1855 and 1860 Provenance Estate of the artist Schoneman Galleries, Inc., New York Estate of Margo Schoneman

Exhibited West Palm Beach, Florida, Norton Gallery & School of Art, Pissarro Drawings: From the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Schoneman, 5th December 1976 to 5th January 1977 This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Dr. Joachim Pissarro, dated 14th January 2014 confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné of Drawings by Camille Pissarro.

Marché au Bétail Ink, wash and pencil on paper 20.3 × 16 cm (8 × 61 ⁄4 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower left, C.P. (Lugt 613e) Executed circa 1880-1882 Provenance A. Bonin, Paris, 26th June 1931 Private collection, London This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Dr. Joachim Pissarro, dated 22nd April 2016 confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné of Drawings by Camille Pissarro.

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E D G A R D E G A S (1834 – 1917)

Danseuse Black chalk laid on paper 46.5 × 28.7 cm (181 ⁄4 × 111 ⁄4 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower left, Degas Provenance Atelier Edgar Degas Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, 4th sale, Jul. 2-4, 1919 Durand-Ruel, acquired from the above sale Private collection This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Brame and Lorenceau, dated 24th September 2015 and will be included in their Archives.

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B L A N C H E H O S C H E D E - M O N E T (1865 – 1947)

Les Meules, effet du soleil levant Oil on canvas mounted on board 25 × 41.7 cm (97 ⁄8 × 161 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed lower left, B Horschedé Monet Executed circa 1891 Provenance Private collection, Geneva, acquired in the Vernon area in the 1970s Private collection, Paris since 2012

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P I E R R E - A U G U S T E R E N O I R (1841 – 1919)

Femme à la Rose, Andrée Oil on canvas 36.5 × 29.8 cm (143 ⁄ 8 × 113 ⁄4 inches) Signed with Estate stamp upper right, Renoir Provenance Private collection Private collection, acquired from the above by the present owner in 1993

Literature Bernheim-Jeune (ed.), L’Atelier de Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paris, 1931, Vol. II, No. 656, illustrated pl. 205 (with incorrect dimensions) This work is accompanied by a letter from the Wildenstein Institute, dated 5th December 2013 confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Pierre-Auguste Renoir being prepared by the Wildenstein Institute established from the archives of François Daulte, Durand-Ruel, Venturi, Vollard and Wildenstein.

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A L B E R T L E B O U R G (1849 – 1928)

Bord de Seine à la Bouille Oil on canvas 46 × 85 cm (181 ⁄8 × 331 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed and inscribed lower left, a. Lebourg la Bouille

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A L B E R T L E B O U R G (1849 – 1928)

Village et Promeneurs en Bord de Seine Oil on canvas 39.5 × 72.5 cm (151 ⁄2 × 281 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed lower left, a. Lebourg Executed circa 1870s 23


G U S TA V E LO I S E A U (1865 – 1935)

Les Falaises (Normandie) Oil on canvas 46 × 65 cm (181 ⁄8 × 255 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed lower left, G. Loiseau This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Didier Imbert, dated 27th October 1987 and will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné.

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G U S TA V E LO I S E A U (1865 – 1935)

Rue de Village Oil on canvas 46.4 × 55.2 cm (181 ⁄4 × 213 ⁄4 inches) Signed and dated lower left, G. Loiseau 1909 This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Didier Imbert, dated 19th September 2014 and will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné.

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A L B E R T G L E I Z E S (1881 – 1953)

Campements de Bohémiens Oil on canvas 65 × 54.5 cm (255 ⁄8 × 211 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed and dated 1902 on the reverse Literature A. Varichon (ed.), Albert Gleizes Catalogue Raisonné, 1998, Vol. 1, p. 32, No. 35

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M A X I M I L I E N L U C E (1858 – 1941)

Printemps Saint-Ay de la Loire Oil on canvas 64.8 × 50.5 cm (251 ⁄ 2 × 197 ⁄8 inches) Signed lower right, Luce Titled on the stretcher Executed circa 1910 Provenance Hammer Galleries, New York Private collection, New York

Exhibited Paris, Galerie Dru, M. Luce, Apr. 11-30, 1921, No. 36 (as La Loire à Saint-Ay), (possibly)

Literature J. Bouin-Luce, D. Bazetoux, Maximilien Luce: Catalogue Raisonné de L’Œuvre Peint, Paris, 1995, Vol. 3, p. 177, No. 745 (illustrated)

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G U S TA V E C A R I OT (1872 – 1950)

Bottes de foin Oil on canvas 60 × 81 cm (231 ⁄8 × 311 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated lower right, G. Cariot, 1927 Provenance Private collection, France

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G U S TA V E C A R I OT (1872 – 1950)

Vue de Paris Oil on canvas 46 × 62 cm (181 ⁄8 × 243 ⁄8 inches) Signed and dated lower right, G. Cariot, 1934 Provenance Private collection, France

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M A U R I C E D E V L A M I N C K (1876 – 1958)

Fleurs Oil on canvas 66 × 55 cm (26 × 215 ⁄8 inches) Signed lower left, Vlaminck This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the Wildenstein Institute, dated 10th June 1997 confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Maurice de Vlaminck being prepared by the Wildenstein Institute.

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M A U R I C E D E V L A M I N C K (1876 – 1958)

Marine Oil on canvas 73.5 × 92 cm (287 ⁄8 × 361 ⁄4 inches) Signed lower left, Vlaminck This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the Wildenstein Institute, dated 6th October 2000 confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of Maurice de Vlaminck being prepared by the Wildenstein Institute.

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R E N É M A G R I T T E (1898 – 1967)

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Nocturne Oil on canvas 75 × 50 cm (291 ⁄ 2 × 193 ⁄4 inches) Signed and dated lower left, Magritte 23 Inscribed on the stretcher RENE MARGRITTE “NOCTURNE” Provenance Private collection of a writer for Le XXème Siècle Gift from the above to a collector in the early 1950s Sotheby’s London, 5th December 1990 Sotheby’s London, 29th June 1999 Private collection, London

Exhibited Brussels Giroux 1923, No. 96 or cat. 38

Literature David Sylvester & Sarah Whitfield, René Magritte Catalogue Raisonné, Oil Paintings 1916-1930, Vol. I, p. 147, No. 44 (illustrated)

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M A R C C H A G A L L (1887 – 1985)

Fleurs dans un Vase Bleu Gouache and watercolour on paper 68.3 × 52.7 cm (267 ⁄8 × 203 ⁄4 inches) Signed lower right, Chagall Marc Executed in 1936 Provenance Marcel Mabille, Brussels in 1947 Private collection, Europe, acquired by the family in 1957 Thence by descent

Exhibited Brussels, Galerie Georges Giroux, Exposition d’art français contemporain, February 1947

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Charleroi, Salon des Beaux Arts, Rétrospective Tytgat et Dufy, March-April 1957 London, Stern-Pissarro Gallery, Marc Chagall: Master of Colour, June-July 2016 This work is accompanied by a certificate from Jean-Louis Prat, on behalf of the Comité Chagall, dated 28th January 2015.


M A R C C H A G A L L (1887 – 1985)

Le Violoniste du Mariage Indian ink, gouache and pastel on paper 58 × 75.5 cm (227 ⁄8 × 293 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower right Executed circa 1975 Provenance Private collection, Paris

Exhibited London, Stern-Pissarro Gallery, Marc Chagall: Master of Colour, June-July 2016 This work is accompanied by a certificate from Jean-Louis Prat, on behalf of the Comité Chagall, dated 10th July 2015.

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M A R C C H A G A L L (1887 – 1985)

Salomon Gouache, ink wash, Indian ink and pencil on paper 32.9 × 25.8 cm (13 × 101 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower centre Executed in 1955-56

Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 15th November 1989 – 12th January 1990 Landesmuseum Mainz (State Museum), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 4th February – 22nd April 1990 London, Stern-Pissarro Gallery, Marc Chagall: Master of Colour, June-July 2016

This is a preliminary work for a lithograph in the 1956 Verve Bible publication.

P. Von Zaberon, Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 1989, No. 85, p. 112 (illustrated)

Provenance Collection of David McNeil, the artist’s son Private collection, Switzerland, acquired from the above in 1986

Exhibition Bundeskanzleramt Bonn (Federal Chancellery), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen,

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Literature

This work is accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity from Jean-Louis Prat, on behalf of the Comité Chagall, dated 21st November 2013.


M A R C C H A G A L L (1887 – 1985)

Paradis Gouache, pastel and pencil on paper 38.5 × 27 cm (151 ⁄ 8 × 105 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower right Executed in 1958-59

Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 15th November 1989 – 12th January 1990 Landesmuseum Mainz (State Museum), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 4th February – 22nd April 1990 London, Stern-Pissarro Gallery, Marc Chagall: Master of Colour, June-July 2016

This is a preliminary work for a lithograph in the 1960 Verve Bible publication.

P. Von Zaberon, Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 1989, No. 14, p. 39 (illustrated)

Provenance Collection of David McNeil, the artist’s son Private collection, Switzerland, acquired from the above in 1986

Literature

This work is accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity from Jean-Louis Prat, on behalf of the Comité Chagall, dated 21st November 2013.

Exhibited Bundeskanzleramt Bonn (Federal Chancellery), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen,

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M A R C C H A G A L L (1887 – 1985)

David à la Harpe Gouache on paper 39.8 × 59.5 cm (137 ⁄ 8 × 101 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower left Executed in 1955-56 This is a preliminary work for the front cover project lithograph in the 1956 Verve Bible publication.

Provenance Collection of David McNeil, the artist’s son Private collection, Switzerland, acquired from the above in 1986

Exhibited Bundeskanzleramt Bonn (Federal Chancellery), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 15th November 1989 – 12th January 1990 Landesmuseum Mainz (State Museum), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 4th February – 22nd April 1990 London, Stern-Pissarro Gallery, Marc Chagall: Master of Colour, June-July 2016

Literature P. Von Zaberon, Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 1989, No. 5, p. 30 (illustrated) This work is accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity from Jean-Louis Prat, on behalf of the Comité Chagall, dated 21st November 2013.

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M A R C C H A G A L L (1887 – 1985)

David et Goliath Gouache, pencil and Indian ink on paper 35.5 × 26.4 cm (141 ⁄ 8 × 101 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower left Executed in 1955-56 This is a preliminary work for a lithograph in the 1960 Verve Bible publication.

Provenance Collection of David McNeil, the artist’s son Private collection, Switzerland, acquired from the above in 1986

Exhibited Bundeskanzleramt Bonn (Federal Chancellery), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 15th November 1989 – 12th January 1990 Landesmuseum Mainz (State Museum), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 4th February – 22nd April 1990 London, Stern-Pissarro Gallery, Marc Chagall: Master of Colour, June-July 2016

Literature P. Von Zaberon, Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 1989, No. 59, p. 85 (illustrated) This work is accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity from Jean-Louis Prat, on behalf of the Comité Chagall, dated 21st November 2013.

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M A R C C H A G A L L (1887 – 1985)

Cantique des Cantiques Ink wash, Indian ink and pencil on paper 35.5 × 26.8 cm (14 × 101 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower centre Executed in 1958-59 This is a preliminary work for Plate 71 in the 1960 Verve Bible publication. This image relates directly to the lower left hand portion of the first canvas (“I am my beloved’s, and his desire is toward me”) in the Song of Songs series housed in the Museum of the Biblical Message, Nice.

Provenance Collection of David McNeil, the artist’s son Private collection, Switzerland, acquired from the above in 1986

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Exhibited Bundeskanzleramt Bonn (Federal Chancellery), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 15th November 1989 – 12th January 1990 Landesmuseum Mainz (State Museum), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 4th February – 22nd April 1990 London, Stern-Pissarro Gallery, Marc Chagall: Master of Colour, June-July 2016

Literature P. Von Zaberon, Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 1989, No. 13, p. 38 (illustrated) This work is accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity from Jean-Louis Prat, on behalf of the Comité Chagall, dated 21st November 2013.


M A R C C H A G A L L (1887 – 1985)

David et Absalon Gouache, Indian ink and pencil on paper 35.9 × 25.7 cm (141 ⁄ 8 × 101 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed with Estate stamp lower centre left Executed in 1955-56 This is a preliminary work for a lithograph in the 1956 Verve Bible publication.

Provenance Collection of David McNeil, the artist’s son Private collection, Switzerland, acquired from the above in 1986

Exhibited

Landesmuseum Mainz (State Museum), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 4th February – 22nd April 1990 London, Stern-Pissarro Gallery, Marc Chagall: Master of Colour, June-July 2016

Literature P. Von Zaberon, Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 1989, No. 65 p. 91 (illustrated) This work is accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity from Jean-Louis Prat, on behalf of the Comité Chagall, dated 21st November 2013.

Bundeskanzleramt Bonn (Federal Chancellery), Marc Chagall, Die Bibel: Gouachen, Aquarelle, Pastelle and Zeichunggen, 15th November 1989 – 12th January 1990

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F E R N A N D L É G E R (1881 – 1955)

Composition Mécanique Pen, ink and pencil on paper 27.1 × 21.2 cm (103 ⁄ 4 × 81 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed with initial and dated lower right, F.L. 1918 Provenance Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris Kunsthalle, Basel Saidenberg Gallery, New York B.C. Holland, Chicago Richard Grey Gallery, Chicago James Francis Trezza, New York

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Exhibited Paris, Galerie Louis Leiris, F. Léger, Dessins et gouaches 1909-1955, 1958, No. 11 (illustrated) This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Mrs Irus Hansma, confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of works by Fernand Léger.


G E O R G E S B R A Q U E (1882 – 1963)

Thèiére et Citron Oil on panel 22.5 × 25 cm (87 ⁄ 8 × 97 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed lower left, G. Braque Executed in 1947 Provenance

Literature

Perls Galleries, New York Fujikawa Galleries, Osaka, Japan Private collection, Spain

N. S. Mangin, Catalogue de l’œuvre de Georges Braque: peintures 1924-1927, p. 116 (illustrated)

43


I S M A E L D E L A S E R N A (1898 – 1968)

Nature Morte aux Partitions de Musique Oil on board 73.5 × 58 cm (29 × 227 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated lower right, Ismael de la Serna 1950 Inscribed and dated on the reverse Provenance Private collection Artcurial, Paris, 2005

44


G I N O S E V E R I N I (1883 – 1966)

Nature Morte aux Jolies Dentelles Oil on board 33.3 × 41 cm (131 ⁄ 8 × 161 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed lower right, G.Severini Inscribed on the reverse, Meudon 8 Executed in 1946 Provenance Collection Bourdeillette (Monsieur Bourdeillette was a French diplomat posted to Rome)

Literature Daniela Ronti, Gino Severini Catalogue Raisonné, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, Éditions Philippe Daverio, Milan, 1988, illustrated No. 32, page 622 Madame Severini, the artist’s daughter, has confirmed the authenticity of this work.

45


M A R I N O M A R I N I (1901 – 1980)

Pomona Oil, gouache, ink and pencil on paper laid down on canvas 49.4 × 33.4 cm (191 ⁄ 2 × 131 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated lower right, Marino 1948 Provenance Artcurial, Paris Galerie d’Art Moderne, Basel This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Maria Teresa Tosi of the Fondazione Marino Marini, dated 24th September 2015.

46


M A R I N O M A R I N I (1901 – 1980)

Cavallo e Cavaliere Gouache and ink on paper 25.4 × 33.6 cm (10 × 131 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed lower right, Marino Executed mid 1940s Provenance Sotheby’s New York, 16th November 1989 Gallery Umeda, Osaka, Japan Private collection, Japan This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Maria Teresa Tosi of the Fondazione Marino Marini, dated 24th September 2015.

47


J U L E S PA S C I N (1885 – 1930)

Seated Nude Oil on board 61 × 50 cm (24 × 195 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed lower right, Pascin This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Abel Rambert, dated 23rd July 1993.

48


K E E S V A N D O N G E N (1877 – 1968)

Portrait de Madame Van Der Velde Oil on canvas 126 × 96.5 cm (495 ⁄ 8 × 38 inches) Signed centre left, van Dongen Executed circa 1920-23 Provenance Phillip’s London, 29th June 1987 Drouot-Richelieu Paris, 21st June 1988 Drouot-Montaigne Paris, 31st March 1990 Private collection Private collection, acquired from the above in 2001

Literature E. des Courières, Van Dongen, Paris, 1925, (illustrated p. 24)

Kees van Dongen (exhibition catalogue), Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, 2002, No. 72, (illustrated p. 122) This work is accompanied by a letter from the Wildenstein Institute, dated 10th December 2014. It will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné being prepared by Jacques Chalom des Cordes under the sponsorship of the Wildenstein Institute.

49


R A O U L D U F Y (1877 – 1953)

Le Champ de Courses à Epsom Gouache and watercolour on paper 50.3 × 65.7 cm (193 ⁄ 4 × 257 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed lower right, Raoul Dufy Provenance Galerie de France, Paris Galerie Stiebel, Paris Sotheby’s New York, 23rd February 1984 Private collection, USA

Literature F. Guillon-Laffaille, Raoul Dufy, Catalogue Raisonné des Aquarelles, Gouaches et Pastels, Paris, 1981, Vol. 1, p. 378, No. 1040 (illustrated)

50


L E S S E R U R Y (1861 – 1931)

Landscape Pastel on card 35 × 50 cm (133 ⁄ 4 × 193 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed twice, lower left and lower right This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Dr. Sibylle Gross confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of works by Lesser Ury.

51


M A X L I E B E R M A N N (1847 – 1935)

Stage Setting for Gerhart Hauptmann’s Play ‘The Flight of Gabriel Schilling’ (Preparatory work for Act IV) Pastel and pencil on paper laid down on board 31.3 × 49.8 cm (123 ⁄ 8 × 195 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed lower right, M Liebermann Executed in 1912 Provenance Max Liebermann, Berlin (1914) Edgar Vincent, Viscount d’Abernon (British Ambassador in Berlin 1920-1926) Paul Cassirer, acquired from the above, 9th October 1926 Berlin, Paul Cassirer and Hugo Helbing, 17th May 1927 Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Eichenwald, Berlin and New York in circa 1935 Dr. Heinz F. Eichenwald Collection, Texas

Literature Erich Hancke, Max Liebermann, Sein Leben und seine Werke, Berlin, 1914, p. 546 Matthias Eberle, Max Liebermann, Werkverzeichnis der Gemälde und Ölstudien, Munich, 1996, Vol. 2, cat. No. 1912/9, p.834

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Henning Rischbieter, ed., Bühne und bildende Kunst im XX Jahrhundert, Maler und Bildauer arbeiten für das Theater, Hannover, 1968, p. 287

Exhibited Mannheim, Kunsthalle, Moderne Theaterkunst. 13. Ausstellung des Freien Bundes, January-February 1913 Dusseldorf, Galerie Ludorff, Max Liebermann, September-February 2013 This work is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Dr. Margaret Nouwen, dated 5th March 2014 confirming its inclusion in catalogue raisonné for pastels, watercolurs and gouaches by Max Liebermann.


M A R I E L A U R E N C I N (1883 – 1956)

Suzanne au Foulard Rose Oil on canvas 33 × 24 cm (13 × 91 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed upper right, Marie Laurencin Executed in 1942 Provenance

Literature

Galerie Bénézit, Paris, 1963 Palais Galliéra, Paris, 12th December 1973 A. Audry, Lyon Galerie de la Présidence, Paris Acquired from the above by the late owner in January 1978 Property from the Estate of Liliane M. Stewart

D. Marchesseau, Marie Laurencin, Catalogue Raisonné de l’Œuvre Peint, Tokyo, 1986, Vol. I, p. 450, No. 1104 (illustrated)

Exhibited Düsseldorf, Kunsthalle, Marie Laurencin, 1957 Paris, Galerie Bénézit, Hommage à Marie Laurencin, June-July 1963, No. 7

53


H E N R Y M O O R E (1898 – 1986)

Maquette for Reclining Figure: Cloak Bronze Length: 12.1 cm (43 â „ 4 inches) Signed and numbered on the back, Moore 9/9 Executed in 1966 Provenance Wildenstein & Co., Inc., New York, acquired directly from the artist The Arthur and Anita Kahn Collection, acquired in 1974

Literature R. Melville, Henry Moore, Sculpture and Drawings, 1921-1969, London, 1970, No. 720 (another cast illustrated) A. Bowness, ed., Henry Moore, Sculpture and Drawings, 1964-1973, London, 1977, Vol. 4, p. 49, No. 564 (another cast illustrated, p. 48, pl. 66b)

54


C H A N A O R LO F F (1888 – 1968)

Deux Danseuses Bronze 78.5 × 18.7 × 20 cm (307 ⁄ 8 × 73 ⁄ 8 × 77 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and inscribed on the base, Ch.Orloff 4/8 Executed in 1914 Literature F. Marcilhac, Chana Orloff, Les éditions de l’amateur. 1991, p. 204, pl. 11 (illustrated)

55


A U G U S T E H E R B I N (1882 – 1960)

Composition Oil on canvas 130 × 60 cm (511 ⁄ 4 × 231 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed lower right, Herbin Dated on the stretcher, Février 1930 Provenance Galerie de l’Effort Moderne (Léonce Roseberg), Paris Karl Ströher, Darmstadt Sotheby’s London, 8th December 1999 Acquired from the above sale by a private USA collector

Exhibited Hanover, Kestner Gesellschaft, Auguste Herbin, 1967, No. 66 Düsseldorf, Kunsthalle, Auguste Herbin, Rétrospective, 1967-68, No. 63 London, Simon C. Dickinson, Bulletin - Masters of Cubism, 2015, p. 36 (illustrated)

Literature G. Claisse, Herbin, Catalogue Raisonné de l’Œuvre Peint, Paris, 1993, No. 667, p. 397 (illustrated)

56


A U G U S T E H E R B I N (1882 – 1960)

Composition sur les Noms Communs: Ange, Lion, Fauvette Oil on canvas 160 × 80 cm (63 × 311 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed and dated lower right, Herbin 1942 Provenance Kunstmuseum, Basel Galerie Chalette, New York Donna Josey, Houston Private collection, Alon Zakaim Fine Art, London, acquired in 1994 Private collection, Florida

Exhibited Paris, 54th Salon des Indépendants, 1943, No. 1547 Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Geometric Abstraction of the 1930s, 1972, No. 73

Literature L. Degand, Auguste Herbin, Privatdruck der Basler Druck und Vergsanstral, 1955, pl. 4 G. Claisse, Herbin, Catalogue Raisonné de l’Œuvre Peint, 1993, Lausanne, No. 798, p. 420 (illustrated)

57


A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R (1898 – 1976)

Composition Gouache on paper 57 × 77 cm (221 ⁄ 2 × 30 1 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed, dated and dedicated lower right, à Marie Paule et Jean Leymarie Calder 69 Provenance Gift from the artist to Marie-Paule and Jean Leymarie in 1969 Marie-Paule and Jean Leymarie collection, France Thence by descent A registration number has been formulated to the Calder Foundation, New York.

58


A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R (1898 – 1976)

Untitled Gouache on paper 75 × 109.5 cm (293 ⁄ 8 × 431 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed, dated and dedicated lower right, à Ray & Jeanne Sutter, Sandy Calder 70 Provenance Gift from the artist to Raymond and Jeanne Sutter in 1970 Raymond & Jeanne Sutter Collection Private collection, Paris Galerie Carole Brimaud, Paris Private collection, 1992 This work is registred in the archives of the Calder Foundation, New York, number A28063.

59


A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R (1898 – 1976)

Sans Titre Gouache on paper 75 × 110 cm (291 ⁄ 2 × 431 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed, dated and dedicated lower right, à Jacqueline & Daniel, Sandy Calder 69 Provenance Christie’s Paris, December 2005 Private collection, Florida, acquired from the above sale This work is registered in the archives of the Calder Foundation, New York, number A22204.

60


A L E X A N D E R C A L D E R (1898 – 1976)

Dots Along The Blue Gouache and ink on paper 68.6 × 101.6 cm (27 × 40 inches) Signed and dated lower right, Calder 63 Provenance Perls Galleries, New York Makler Gallery, Philadelphia Private collection, Philadelphia, acquired in August 1969 Private collection, acquired from the above in 1997 This work is registered in the archives of the Calder Foundation, New York, number A02364.

61


PA U L J E N K I N S (1923 – 2012)

Phenomena Shaman Shaman Oil on canvas 116 × 89 cm (351 ⁄ 2 × 35 inches) Signed lower left, Paul Jenkins Executed in 1970 Provenance Private collection, New York, acquired directly from the artist

62


PA U L J E N K I N S (1923 – 2012)

Phenomena Time the Compass Acrylic on canvas 152.4 × 152.4 cm (60 × 60 inches) Signed lower right, Paul Jenkins Executed in 1990-1992 Provenance Private collection, New York, acquired directly from the artist

63


PA U L J E N K I N S (1923 – 2012)

Phenomena Winter Harth Oil and sand on canvas 66 × 122 cm (26 × 48 inches) Signed, titled and dated on verso, Paul Jenkins “Phenomena Winter Harth” 1978

64


PA U L J E N K I N S (1923 – 2012)

Phenomena Listen Listen Evermore Acrylic on canvas 100.3 × 81.3 cm (391 ⁄ 2 × 32 inches) Signed lower left, Paul Jenkins Signed, titled and dated Paul Jenkins 2004 “Phenomena Listen Listen Evermore” on the overlap Inscribed twice on the reverse Paul Jenkins 2004 “Phenomena Listen Listen Evermore” Provenance Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte Private collection, acquired from the above

65


J E A N - PA U L R I O P E L L E (1923 – 2002)

Antibes Oil on canvas 119.3 × 91.4 cm (47 × 36 inches) Signed and dated lower right, Riopelle 66 Signed and dated on the reverse Provenance Galerie Maeght, Paris

Exhibited Paris, Galerie Maeght, Riopelle, 1966 (illustrated in Derrière le miroir no. 160, no. 13)

Literature Y. Riopelle and T. Riopelle, Jean-Paul Riopelle, 1966-1971 Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 4, 2014, No.1966.032H.1966, p. 96

66


J E A N - PA U L R I O P E L L E (1923 – 2002)

Untitled Oil on canvas 95 × 130 cm (373 ⁄ 8 × 511 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated Riopelle 1955 Signed and dated on the reverse Provenance Pierre Matisse, New York, acquired directly from the artist Bernard and Jacqueline Monnier, Paris, donated to them by the above in 1956 Private collection Yseult Riopelle confirmed the authenticity of this work. This work will be included to the addendum of the second volume of the catalogue raisonné of the work of Jean-Paul Riopelle at the address www.riopelle.ca (No. 1955.046H).

67


S E R G E P O L I A KO F F (1906 – 1969)

Composition Oil on canvas 100 × 81 cm (393 ⁄ 8 × 317 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated lower right, Serge Poliakoff 68 Provenance Private collection, Paris This work is registered in the archives of Serge Poliakoff, number 968024, and will be included in the 5th volume of the catalogue raisonné being prepared by Mr. Alexis Poliakoff.

68


A N D R É M A S S O N (1896 – 1987)

Chute du Rêveur (Suite des Entrevisions) Oil on canvas 100 × 73 cm (393 ⁄ 8 × 283 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed lower right, Masson Signed, titled and dated 1973 on the reverse Exhibited Parma, Palazzetto Eucherio Sanvitale, André Masson Opere dal 1925 al 1974, No., 65 This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Diego Masson on behalf of le Comité André Masson, dated 21st November 2012.

69


L É L I A P I S S A R R O (b. 1963)

Mysterious and Sexy Acrylic, oil and resin on canvas 146 × 114 cm (571 ⁄ 2 × 45 inches) Signed Executed in 2009 Literature Lélia Pissarro, The Colours of Silence, London, 2010, p. 54 (illustrated)

70


A . R . P E N C K (b. 1939)

The Right Point Mixed media on canvas 96 × 78.2 cm (37 3 ⁄ 8 × 30 3 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed lower left, A.R. Penck Inscribed and dated 1993 on the upper overlay

71


PA O LO S C H E G G I (1940 – 1971)

Struttura Modulare (Interlinea Curvo) Violet die-cut paper in plexiglass 103 × 103 × 11 cm (401 ⁄ 2 × 401 ⁄ 2 × 43 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated ‘69 on a label affixed to the reverse Provenance Galleria del Naviglio, Milan VAF Stiftung Collection, Frankfurt am Main Private collection, Europe

This work is registered at Archivio Paolo Scheggi, Milan number APSM117/0002 and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Franca Scheggi Dall’Acqua, dated 7th January 2015.

Literature Bologna, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Paolo Scheggi, 1976

Exhibited Parma, Galleria d’Arte Niccoli, La Breve e Intensa Stagione di Paolo Scheggi, 2002-03, 9.194 (illustrated)

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This work will be included in the forthcoming publication of the Catalogue Raisonné of the Works by Paolo Scheggi by Luca Massimo Barbero.


V I C TO R V A S A R E LY (1906 – 1997)

EG 1-2 Acrylic on panel 50 × 50 cm (195 ⁄ 8 × 195 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed lower right, vasarely and signed, titled and dated, 1965 on the reverse Provenance Private collection Hotel des Ventes Nice Riviéra, Nice, 8th April 2006 The authenticity of the present work has been confirmed by Pierre Vasarely. This work will be included in the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné de l’Oeuvre Peint de Victor Vasarely, which is currently being compiled by the Fondation Vasarely, Aix-en-Provence.

73


YAYO I K U S A M A (b. 1929)

Autumn Waves Surge Enamel and ink on paperboard 27 × 24 cm (105 ⁄ 8 × 91 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed and dated upper right, Yayoi Kusama 1978 Signed, titled in Japanese and dated on the reverse Provenance Private collection, Asia Private collection, Europe Christie’s, London 13th December 2007 Acquired from the above by the previous owner This work is accompanied by a registration card from Yayoi Kusama Studio’s database, number 2701, dated 8th April 2016.

74


YAYO I K U S A M A (b. 1929)

Pacific Ocean in the Early Spring Enamel on paperboard 26.9 × 23.9 cm (105 ⁄ 8 × 93 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed, titled in Japanese and dated on the reverse, 1978 Provenance Private collection, Tokyo Christie’s, London 13th December 2007 Acquired from the above by the previous owner This work is accompanied by a registration card from Yayoi Kusama Studio’s database, number 2700, dated 8th April 2016.

75


A N I S H K A P O O R (b. 1954)

Untitled Acrylic and gouache on paper 67 × 101 cm (263 ⁄ 8 × 393 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed and dated on the reverse, A Kapoor 2008

76


S A M F R A N C I S (1923 – 1994)

Los Angeles Gouache on paper 121.5 × 161.5 cm (477 ⁄ 8 × 631 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed, dated 1970 and stamped by The Estate of Sam Francis on the reverse Provenance Galerie Delaive, Amsterdam Private collection, Europe Acquired from the above This work will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné edited by Debra Burchett-Lere and published by the University of California Press, and is registered with the Sam Francis Foundation as archive number SF69-047.

77


C H R I S O F I L I (b. 1968)

Untitled, Red Dots, 1997 Watercolour and pencil on paper 24.1 × 15.9 cm (91 ⁄ 2 × 61 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed CHRIS OFILI twice and dated 98 on the reverse. Provenance Crane Kalman Gallery Victoria Miro Gallery Private collection, London

78


TO M W E S S E L M A N N (1931 – 2004)

Study for Sunset Nude (1960 Judy) Crayon and pencil on transparent paper 8.5 × 9.5 cm (33 ⁄ 8 × 33 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed lower right, Wesselmann Executed in 2002 Provenance Galerie Benden & Klimczak, Viersen/Köln DJT Fine Art, New York Private collection, Switzerland

79


A R M A N (1928 – 2005)

Violon Découpé et Jeté de Couleurs Mixed media on canvas 81 × 60.5 × 8 cm (317 ⁄ 8 × 237 ⁄ 8 × 31 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed on the underside of the canvas, Arman Executed in 2003 This work is recorded in the Denyse Durand-Ruel’s Archives, number 7985.

80


C H R I S TO (b. 1935)

The Umbrellas Collage in two parts; pencil, fabric, pastel, charcoal, crayon, enamel paint and map 66 × 77.5 and 30.5 × 77.5 cm (26 × 301 ⁄ 2 and 12 × 301 ⁄ 2 inches) Signed and inscribed, front and verso Executed in 1987 Provenance Vivian Horan Fine Art, New York Peter Findlay Gallery, New York Sigrid Freundorfer Fine Art, New York Private collection, Canada, acquired from the above in 1988

81


A N D R É L A N S KOY (1902 – 1976)

Composition Oil on canvas 81 × 54 cm (317 ⁄ 8 × 211 ⁄ 4 inches) Signed, LANSKOY, lower right This work is accompanied by a photo-certificate of authenticity dated 15th April 2015 from the Comité Lanskoy confirming its inclusion in the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné de l’Oeuvre d’André Lanskoy currently being prepared by the Comité Lanskoy.

82


J E A N - M I C H E L AT L A N (1913 – 1960)

Sans Titre Pastel on paper 54 × 46 cm (211 ⁄ 4 × 181 ⁄ 8 inches) Signed and dated lower left, Atlan 58 Provenance Private collection, New York Artcurial Paris, 7th December 2005 Private collection, France

Literature Jacques Polieri, Atlan, Catalogue Raisonné de l’oeuvre complet, Milan, 1996, no. 1534, p. 565 (illustrated in colour)

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D A M I E N H I R S T (b. 1965)

Spin Household gloss on paper Diameter: 45.8 cm (18 inches) Signed with the Artist’s Stamp and dated 2001 on the reverse

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INDEX

ARMAN

78

LOISEAU Gustave

ATLAN Jean-Michel

81

LUCE Maximilien

25

BRAQUE Georges

41

MAGRITTE René

30

56, 57, 58, 59

MARINO Marini

44, 45

26, 27

MASSON André

67

MONET Claude

3

MOORE Henry

52

OFILI Chris

76

ORLOFF Chana

53

PASCIN Jules

46

PENCK A.R.

69

CALDER Alexander CARIOT Gustave CHAGALL Marc

32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39

CHRISTO

79

DEGAS Edgar

17

DUFY Raoul

48

FRANCIS Sam

75

GAUGUIN Paul

4

GLEIZES Albert

24 PISSARRO Camille

HERBIN Auguste

8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16

54, 55

HIRST Damien

82

HOSCHEDE-MONET Blanche

18

JENKINS Paul

22, 23

60, 61, 62, 63

KAPOOR Anish

74

KUSAMA Yayoi

72, 73

PISSARRO Lélia

68

POLIAKOFF Serge

66

RENOIR Pierre-Auguste RIOPELLE Jean-Paul

6, 7, 19 64, 65

SCHEGGI Paolo

70

SEVERINI Gino

43

LANSKOY André

80

LA SERNA Ismael de

42

URY Lesser

49

LAURENCIN Marie

51

VAN DONGEN Kees

47

VASARELY Victor

71

LEBOURG Albert

20, 21

LEGER Fernand

40

VLAMINCK Maurice de

LIEBERMANN Max

50

WESSELMANN Tom

28, 29 77


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