London, South Kensington
21 January 2015
Gaston La Touche (French, 1854-1913)
Le carrosse rouge
signed and inscribed 'Gaston La Touche S.C' (lower left)
oil on canvas
39 5/8 x 46 in. (101.5 x 117 cm.)
Knoedler & Co, Paris 1910 (Stock no.12235)
Knoedler & Co, New York, December 1910
R.H. Tifft, Buffalo, November 1914
J.J. Gillespie Gallery, Pittsburgh
Mr & Mrs J.F. Hillman, Pittsburgh c.1930
Thence by descent.
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Chicago, The Art Institute, Exhibition of works by the Members of the Société des Peintres et Sculpteurs, January 4th – 28th, 1912, No.91 (Lent by Messrs Knoedler).
We are grateful to Roy Brindley and Selina Baring Maclennan for their assistance in cataloguing this lot, which is to be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné, which is currently in preparation.
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