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Private collection, France.
Richard Semmel, Berlin.
Alex. Reid & Lefevre, London
The 2nd Lord Hollenden, Leigh, Kent, by whom acquired from the above on 4th April 1935.
Alex. Reid & Lefevre, London, by whom acquired from the above.
The 9th Earl of Jersey, Jersey, by whom acquired from the above on 25th May 1943 and thence by descent to the present owners; offered following a settlement agreement with the heirs of Richard Semmel.
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE ENGLISH COLLECTION
Probably O. Maus, ‘Les Vingtistes parisiens’, in L’Art moderne, 27 June 1886, p. 204 (titled 'Le Château').
‘Berliner Kunstausstellung’, in Kunst und Künstler, vol. XXVII, 1928 (illustrated p. 72).
A. Alexandre, Gauguin, Sa vie et le sens de son oeuvre, Paris, 1930 (illustrated p. 17; titled 'Saint-Cloud ou Chaville').
M. Malingue, Gauguin, Le peintre et son oeuvre, London, 1948 (illustrated pl. 102; titled 'La Maison').
G. Wildenstein, Gauguin, Paris, 1964, no. 165 (illustrated p. 62; titled 'Saint-Cloud ou Chaville').
L. van Dowski, Paul Gauguin oder Die Flucht vor der Zivilisation, Zurich, 1950, no. 64, p. 340.
R. Berson, The New Painting, Impressionism 1874-1886, vol. II, San Francisco, 1996, no. VIII-49, p. 243.
D. Wildenstein, Gauguin, Premier itinéraire d’un sauvage – Catalogue de l’oeuvre peint, vol. 1, 1873-1888, Paris, 2001, no. 183 (illustrated p. 220).
Probably Paris, 1 rue Lafitte, 8e exposition de peinture impressionniste, 1886, no. 49 (titled 'Le Château de l’Anglaise').
Berlin, Galerie Thannhauser, Gauguin, 1928, no. 12 (titled 'Haus in Bäumen').