11 February 2009
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Albert Lebourg (1849-1928)
Barques de pêche dans le port de La Rochelle
signed and inscribed 'a. Lebourg. la Rochelle.' (lower left)
oil on canvas
15 5/8 x 25¾ in. (39.8 x 65.5 cm.)
Painted circa 1905
Emile Daudré, Paris.
Emil Prat, Paris (by 1932).
Private collection, France.
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L. Bénédite, Albert Lebourg, Paris, 1923, p. 317, no. 366 (illustrated, p. 200).
Musée de Rouen, Albert Lebourg: Rétrospective de ses oeuvres, April-May 1932, no. 60.
Rodolphe Walter will include this work in the forthcoming Albert Lebourg catalogue critique being prepared under the sponsorship of the Wildenstein Institute.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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