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JULES PASCIN (1885-1930)
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JULES PASCIN (1885-1930)

Claudia et Zinah

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JULES PASCIN (1885-1930)
Claudia et Zinah
signé 'Pascin' (en bas à droite)
huile et traces de mine de plomb sur toile
81 x 64.9 cm. (31 7/8 x 25½ in.)
Peint en 1929
Provenance
Atelier de l'artiste, Paris.
Lucy Krogh, Paris (par descendance).
Claudia de Maistre, Paris (don de celle-ci).
Puis par descendance au propriétaire actuel.
Literature
Y. Hemin, G. Krohg, K. Perls et A. Rambert, Pascin, catalogue raisonné, peintures, aquarelles, pastels, dessins, Paris, 1984, vol. I, p. 324, no. 652 (illustré).
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Post Lot Text
'CLAUDIA AND ZINAH'; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; OIL AND TRACES OF PENCIL ON CANVAS.

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Lot Essay

Claudia Makowski (1912-1986)

La mère de Claudia Makowski était lingère à Montmartre. Elle se saignait aux quatre veines pour l'envoyer à l'école où Claudia rencontra une jeune danseuse antillaise, qui était la fille de la gouvernante de Jules Pincas, dit Pascin. Elle entra dans le cercle de ses familiers et de Lucy Krogh. Plus tard, elle posa pour André Derain, Moïse Kisling, Nils von Dardel, Oskar Kokoschka, Léonard-Tsuguharu Foujita et, bien sûr, Pascin. Passionnée de peinture, elle devint galeriste, puis collectionna avec goût et discernement.


Claudia's mother was a laundry woman in Montmartre. She made vast sacrifices to send her to school, where Claudia would meet a young West Indian dancer, who was the daughter of the housekeeper of Jules Pincas, also known as Pascin. She joined his circle of friends and that of Lucy Krogh. Later she would pose for André Derain, Moïse Kisling, Nils Dardel, Oskar Kokoschka, Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita and, of course, Pascin. Her passion for painting led her to become a gallery owner and then a collector of taste and discernment.

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