CLAUDE MONET (1840-1926)
CLAUDE MONET (1840-1926)
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CLAUDE MONET (1840-1926)

Au jardin, la famille de l’artiste

CLAUDE MONET (1840-1926)
Au jardin, la famille de lartiste
signed ‘Claude Monet’ (lower right)
oil on canvas
23 ¾ x 31 ½ in. (60.5 x 80 cm.)
Painted in Argenteuil in 1875
Jean-Baptiste Faure, Paris (acquired from the artist, September 1875).
Galerie Durand-Ruel et Cie., Paris (acquired from the above, 13 March 1907).
Baron Mór Lipót Herzog, Budapest (acquired from the above, 7 August 1911, until at least 1919).
Kurt M. and Henriette H. Hirschland, Essen, Amsterdam and later New York (1928, until circa 1960).
Jacques Lindon, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. David Bakalar, Boston (acquired from the above, 10 June 1965); sale, Sotheby’s, New York, 14 November 1984, lot 3.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
J.-B. Faure, Notice sur la collection J.-B. Faure, suivie du catalogue des tableaux formant cette collection, Paris, 1902, p. 34, no. 63 (titled L'artiste et sa famille and with incorrect dimensions).
A. Gold, "Berliner Kunstbrief" in Frankfurter Zeitung, 3 October 1906, no. 273 (titled Blumenbeet and dated 1876).
L. Eber, ed., Muvészeti lexikon, Budapest, 1926, p. 111 (titled Erdo széle).
D. Wildenstein, Claude Monet: Biographie et catalogue raisonné, Lausanne, 1974, vol. I, p. 278, no. 386 (illustrated, p. 279).
P.H. Tucker, Monet at Argenteuil, New Haven, 1982, pp. 149, 160 and 163 (illustrated in color, pl. XXVIII; titled In the Garden).
R. Gordon and A. Forge, Monet, New York, 1983, p. 290 (illustrated, p. 84).
D. Wildenstein, Claude Monet: Catalogue raisonné, Supplément aux peintures, dessins, pastels, Lausanne, 1991, vol. V, p. 30, no. 386.
D. Wildenstein, Monet: Catalogue raisonné, Cologne, 1996, vol. II, pp. 158-159, no. 386 (illustrated in color, p. 158).
B. Echte and W. Feilchenfeldt, eds., "Den Sinnen ein magischer Rausch," Kunstsalon Cassirer, Die Ausstellungen, 1905-1908, Wädenswil, 2013, vol. III, pp. 251, 266 and 268 (illustrated in color, p. 251; titled Blumenbeet).
P. Moinos, Lost Heritage: Hungarian Art Collectors in the Twentieth Century, Budapest, 2018, p. 296 (illustrated in color, p. 297; illustrated in situ at the 1919 exhibition).
J. Sándor, "Köztulajdonba vett mukincsek, 1919" in Magyar Muvészet, Budapest, 2019, no. 2, pp. 30-31, note 24 (titled Muvesz csaladja a kertben; illustrated in situ at the 1919 exhibition, p. 26).
Paris, Galerie Durand-Ruel et Cie., Exposition de 17 tableaux de Claude Monet de la collection Faure, March 1906, no. 12 (titled Massif de fleurs dans un parc and dated 1878).
Berlin, Paul Cassirer and Kunstverein Stuttgart, Manet-Monet-Ausstellung: Sammlung des französischen Opernsängers Faure, September-December 1906, p. 9, no. 33 and no. 26, respectively (titled Blumenbeet and dated 1876).
Budapest, Némzeti Szalon, Modern francia nagymesterek tárlata, December 1907, p. 17, no. 40 (titled Virágágy).
Kunsthalle Bremen, Internationale Kunstausstellung, February-March 1910.
Kunstverein Frankfurt, Die klassische Malerei Frankreichs im 19. Jahrhundert, July-September 1912, pp. 15 and 25, no. 82 (titled Blumenbeete).
Budapest, Mücsarnok, A köztulajdonba vett mukincsek elso kiállítása, summer 1919, p. 45, no. 22 (titled Erdo széle).
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