7 May 2014
Property From a Private West Coast Collection
Raoul Dufy (1877-1953)
Café à Tunis
signed and inscribed 'Raoul Dufy Tunis' (lower right)
gouache and watercolor on paper
20 x 26 in. (51 x 66.3 cm.)
Painted in 1934
Galerie Louise Manteau, Brussels.
Norton Gallery and School of Art, West Palm Beach.
Hammer Galleries, New York.
Private collection, United States.
By descent from the above to the present owner, circa 2008.
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F. Guillon-Laffaille, Raoul Dufy, Catalogue raisonné des aquarelles, gouaches et pastels, Paris, 1981, vol. I, p. 138, no. 385 (illustrated).
Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Dufy dans les collections belges, 1943, no. 59.
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