4 July 2006
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE ELIOT HODGKIN,
SOLD BY THE GEORGIAN GROUP AND THE VICTORIAN SOCIETY
(Lots 77-78, 97, 99, 126 and 150)
French School, early 19th Century
The interior of an armory
oil on paper, laid on canvas
12 x 15½ in. (310 x 390 mm.)
Georges Viau; Paris, Drouot, 24 February 1943, lot 112.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, 18 June 1971, lot 6 (as Bonington).
Anonymous sale; Christie's, 24 November 1972, lot 3 (as Bonington).
with Christopher Gibbs, London, 1978.
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Paris, Galerie Maurice Gobin, Bonington, 1936, no. 25.
London, Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox, Eliot Hodgkin, Painter & Collector, 1990, no. 100 (as French, 19th Century).
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