No VAT will be charged on the hammer price, but VAT at 17.5% will be added to the buyer's premium which is invoiced on a VAT inclusive basis
Karl Johan Enebäck, Tammisaari, by whom acquired as an Art Society Lottery prize in 1912.
Gösta Stenman, Stockholm, by whom acquired from the above circa 1917.
Frithjof Tikanoja, Vasa, by whom acquired from the above after 1932.
Ernst Willberg, Helsinki, by 1946.
Acquired by the present owner in 1968.
G. Stenman, Samling Gösta Stenman, 1918 (illustrated).
N.G. Hahl, Samling Gösta Stenman, Finländsk Konst, Helsingfors, 1932, no. 122, p. 225 (as 'Fran Concarneau').
G. Stenman, Mästare och Imitatörer, Helsingfors, 1937, p. 35.
H. Ahtela, Helena Schjerfbeck, Helsingfors, 1953, no. 110 (illustrated in colour p. 24).
Exh. cat. Helene Schjerfbeck, Ateneum, Helsinki, 1992, pp. 12, 25, 46, 48, 100, 119 & 314-317 (illustrated p. 24).
L. Holger, Helene Schjerfbeck, kvinnor, mansporträtt, självporträtt, landskap, stilleben, Helsinki, 1997, p. 11 (illustrated).
Helsinki, Stenman Gallery, Helena Schjerfbeck, 1879-1917, September - October 1917, no. 34.
Helsinki, Gösta Stenman Collection, 1918 (as 'Landskap fran Concarnot').
Copenhagen, Charlottenborg, Finnish Art Exhibition, November - December 1919, no. 99 (as 'Landskab fra Pont-Aven').
Stockholm, Liljevalchs Konsthall, Contemporary Finnish art, 1929, no. 449 (as 'Landskap fran Bretagne').
Oslo, Nasjonalgalleriet, Contemporary Finnish art, April-May 1929, no. 337 (as 'Landskap fra Bretagne').
Stockholm, Liljevalchs Konsthall, Autere, Collin, Sallinen, Schjerfbeck, October - November 1934, no. 279 (as 'Landskap fran Concarneau').
Stockholm, Nationalmuseum, Finnish contemporary art, 1914-1944, 1944, no. 199.
Helsinki, Helsinki Art Hall, 100th anniversary exhibition of the Finnish Art Society, March 1946, no. 256.
Helsinki, Helsinki Art Hall, Helene Schjerfbeck memorial exhibition, April - May 1954, no. 14.
Helsinki, Ateneum, Surface and Depth: Early Modernism in Finland, 1890-1920, August - September 2001, no. 234 (illustrated in colour p. 241).
Helsinki, Ateneum, Helene Schjerfbeck, February - April 1992, no. 72 (illustrated in colour in the catalogue p. 24); this exhibition later travelled to Washington, D.C., The Phillips Collection, May - August 1992 and New York, The National Academy of Design, September 1992 - January 1993.