9 - 10 February 2009
After Jean-Siméon Chardin
A woman drawing water from a cistern
bears signature 'S. Chardin' (lower left)
oil on canvas
15¾ x 22½ in. (40 x 57 cm.)
George Harland-Peck, by 1902; Sale, Christie's, London, 25 June 1920, lot 49.
with Wildenstein, by 1926.
E. Arthur Ball, Muncie, Indiana.
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P. Rosenburg and R. Temperini, Chardin, suivi du catalogue des oeuvres, Paris, 1999, p. 224, no. 81d, illustrated.
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The present lot is a copy after the original in the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.
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