16 June 2010
Elizabeth Adela Stanhope Forbes (1859-1912)
La Seine prés de Caumont
signed 'E FORBES' (lower left)
coloured chalks on buff paper
17½ x 12½ in. (44.4 x 31.7 cm.)
Capt. Hon. C. Holland, 1914 and by descent.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, Sussex, 16 January 1990, lot 177.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 25 May 1994, lot 345.
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J. Cook and M. Hardie, Singing from the Walls-Life and Art of Elizabeth Forbes, Penzance, 2000, p. 6, no. 4.163, illustrated.
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