Théodore Duret, Paris.
with Galerie Paul Cassirer, Berlin, 1909.
Prince de Wagram, Paris.
Marczell von Nemes, Budapest.
His sale; Galeries Manzi-Joyant, Paris, 18 June 1913, lot 94.
Baron Mór Lipót Herzog (1869-1934), Budapest, acquired at the above sale by Monsieur Bousquet on his behalf.
Thence by descent.
Confiscated from the bank deposit of the Herzog family in 1944 by the National Socialists and transferred to Schloss Fischhorn, Austria.
Transferred by the United States Army to the National Museum, Warsaw, 1946 (inv. no. 186950).
Restituted with the assistance of The Commission for Art Recovery to the heirs of Baron Herzog, 2011.
Please note that this lot is displayed in a loaner frame from Eli Wilner and is available for sale. Please contact the department for details.
PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED EUROPEAN COLLECTION
B. Lazar, Gustave Courbet et son influence à l'étranger, Paris, 1911, p. 66.
L. Baldass, 'Die Sammlung des Baron Herzog in Budapest', in Magyar Müvészet (Hungarian Art), vol. III, 1927, pp. 182, 200.
C. Gronkowski, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, July 1929, p. 36.
'Who can provide information regarding... paintings formerly in the collection of Baron Herzog, Budapest, which have been missing since the German occupation of 1944' in Die Weltkunst, vol. XX.I, October 1950, no. 19.
R. Fernier, La vie et l'oeuvre de Gustave Courbet, Paris, 1977, pp. 248-249, no. 452.
P. Courthion, L'opera completa di Gustave Courbet, Milan, 1985, pp. 100-101, no. 495.
Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts, Paintings from the Marcell Nemes Collection, 1910, no. 60.
Munich, Alte Königliche Pinakothek, Paintings from the Marcel Nemes Collection, Royal Counsellor, exhibited in Budapest, 1911, no. 30 (this exhibition subsequently traveled to Düsseldorf, Stadtische Kunsthalle, 1912, no. 82).
Paris, Petit Palais, Gustave Courbet, May-June 1929, hors cat.
Warsaw, National Museum, 1946-2009 (as part of permanent collection).