6 November 2013
PROPERTY FROM A JAPANESE CORPORATION
Moise Kisling (1891-1953)
Jeune fille à la jupe verte
signed 'Kisling' (lower left)
oil on canvas
39½ x 32¼ in. (99.8 x 82.5 cm.)
Painted in 1928
Anon. sale, Sotheby & Co., London, 19 June 1963, lot 135.
Oscar Ghez, Geneva (acquired at the above sale).
Galleria d'Arte Pirra, Turin.
Anon. sale, Christie's, London, 4 April 1978, lot 23.
Private collection, Tokyo (acquired at the above sale).
Galerie Taménaga, Tokyo.
Manhattan Gallery, Tokyo.
Acquired from the above by the present owner, 1996.
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J. Kessel and J. Kisling, Kisling, New York, 1971, vol. I, no. 103 (illustrated).
Geneva, Petit Palais, Rétrospective Moïse Kisling, June-October 1972.
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