20 May 2009
ALBERT GLEIZES (1881-1953)
signé et daté 'AlbGleizes 23' (en bas à droite)
aquarelle, gouache et traces de mine de plomb sur papier
25.8 x 20.8 cm. (10¼ x 8¼ in.)
Exécuté en 1923
Huguette Bérès, Paris.
Vente, Christie's, Londres, 22 juin 2006, lot 451.
Acquis au cours de cette vente par le propriétaire actuel.
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P. Piguet, in L'Oeil, no. 474, septembre 1995, p. 56 (illustré).
A. Varichon, Albert Gleizes, catalogue raisonné, Paris, 1998, vol. II, no. 1132 (illustré, p. 372).
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'THE BLUE DISH'; SIGNED AND DATED LOWER RIGHT; WATERCOLOUR, GOUACHE AND TRACES OF PENCIL ON PAPER.
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