25 May 1999
Claude-Joseph Vernet (1714-1789)
'Depart pour la Peche'
oil on canvas
18 x 26.1/8in. (45.9 x 66.4cm.)
Anon. Sale, Soufflot, Paris, Nov. 20, 1780, lot 23, as one of a pair (FF4,013).
Count Perrigaux; sale, Le Brun, Paris, Dec. 8-9 (=1st day), 1841, lot 59 (FF2400).
with Dominion Galleries, Toronto.
with Vose Gallery, Boston, 1950.
Amory Coolidge, Dedham, MA, 1952.
with Vose Gallery, 1962, from whom purchased by the present owner.
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F. Ingersoll-Smouse, Joseph Vernet, 1926, I, no. 272.
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