6 November 2013
After a design by Fernand Leger (1881-1955)
with signature and mark of the Frères Pinton atelier 'F. LEGER.' (in the weave lower left)
hand-woven Aubusson wool tapestry
70 7/8 x 92 7/8 in. (181 x 235.5 cm.)
Executed by the Pinton Frères atelier circa 1953
Jane Kahan Gallery, New York.
Acquired from the above by the present owner, April 1999.
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