31 March 2016
Marc Chagall (1887-1985)
Le violoniste et le village
signé 'MArc ChAgAll' (en bas à droite)
encre de Chine et lavis d'encre sur papier
41.9 x 53 cm.
Exécuté en 1955
signed 'MArc ChAgAll' (lower right)
India ink and ink wash on paper
16 ½ x 20 7/8 in.
Executed in 1955
Une fondation pour la recherche contre le cancer, France; vente, Christie's, New York, 13 mai 1993, lot 254.
Acquis au cours de cette vente par le propriétaire actuel.
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Osaka, Takashimaya Art Gallery, Kyoto, Yokohama, Tokyo, Takashimaya Art Gallery, Okayama, Prefectural Museum et Gifu, Prefectural Museum. Marc Chagall, mars-octobre 2012, p. 29, no. 12 (illustré).
Le Comité Chagall a confirmé l'authenticité de cette œuvre.
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