3 May 2006
Paul Serusier (1979-1950)
Eve cueillant une pomme
signed with monogram (lower left)
oil on canvas
32 3/8 x 13 5/8 in. (82.3 x 34.6 cm.)
Painted in 1906
Anon. sale, Hôtel Rameau, Versailles, 13 December 1987, lot 154.
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M. Guicheteau, Paul Serusier, Paris, 1976, p. 242, no. 211 (illustrated, p. 243).
Paris, XXII Salon des Indépendants, March-April 1906, no. 4598.
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