6 November 2013
Paul Gauguin (1848-1903)
Etudes (recto); Femme assise (verso)
stamped with initials and inscribed 'P.G.' (Lugt 2078; verso)
watercolor and pencil on paper (recto); pencil on paper (verso)
10 5/8 x 7 in. (27 x 17.8 cm.)
Estate of the artist.
Mr. and Mrs. Potter Palmer II, Chicago (by 1946).
By descent from the above to the present owner.
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