23 June 2016
Eugène Boudin (1824-1898)
Portrieux. Bateaux échoués. Clair de lune
signed and dated 'E. Boudin. 73' (lower right) and inscribed 'Portrieux' (lower left)
oil on canvas
14 1/8 x 23 in. (36 x 58.5 cm.)
Painted in 1873
M. Martin, Paris; his sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 4 April 1892, lot 10.
Galerie G. Tempelaere, Paris.
Anonymous sale, Phillips, London, 26 June 1989, lot 10.
Private collection, Europe, by whom acquired at the above sale; sale, Sotheby's, London, 20 March 1996, lot 24.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
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R. Schmit, Eugène Boudin, vol. I, Paris, 1973, no. 923, p. 329 (illustrated).
Paris, Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Exposition des oeuvres d'Eugène Boudin, 1899, no. 120.
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