17 - 18 March 2016
WILLIAM SERGEANT KENDALL (1869-1938)
L'embouchure du Pouldu
signé, daté et dédicacé 'To LUC OLIVIER.MERSON.
from his pupil SERGEANT KENDALL.1891.' (en bas à
huile sur panneau
26 x 34,2 cm. (10 ¼ x 13 ½ in.)
Peint en 1891
Luc Olivier Merson, Paris (don de l'artiste).
Jean-Claude Leroy, Paris.
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