23 May 2007
JACQUES VILLON (1875-1963)
Renée de face
signé 'Jacques Villon' (en bas à droite)
huile sur toile
65.1 x 54 cm. (25 5/8 x 21¼ in.)
Peint en 1911
Galerie Louis Carré, Paris.
Galerie Tokoro, Tokyo (acquis auprès de celle-ci).
Acquis auprès de celle-ci par le propriétaire actuel, 2001.
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Paris, Salon d'Automne, 1911.
Tokyo, Galerie Tokoro, Les 3 Duchamp, novembre-décembre 1984, p. 33, no. 1 (illustré).
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