23 June 2009
ROSA BONHEUR (BORDEAUX 1822-1899 THOMERY)
inscrit 'hauteur Pion'
mine de plomb, aquarelle
22,7 x 29,1 cm.
Le tampon d'atelier de l'artiste (L. 274), cachet de cire de la vente d'atelier de l'artiste (L. 276) (au verso du montage); Vente Rosa Bonheur, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, 5-8 juin 1900, probablement lot 1044 (Un massif d'oliviers en Provence).
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