9 June 2009
Ivan Pokhitonov (1850-1923)
Vaches dans les marais
signed 'I Pokitonow' (lower left); with inscriptions in Russian 'No. 124/Flemish landscape (Cows on/the flooded meadow)' (on the reverse and on the frame)
oil on card laid down on panel
3 x 4¾ in. (7.5 x 12 cm.)
Gifted by the artist to Auguste Collon (1869-1924) circa 1918, Belgium.
By direct descent to the present owner.
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