31 May 2007
SERGE CHARCHOUNE (1888-1975)
Le petit jardin
signé et daté 'CHARCHOUNE 28' (en bas à droite); signé 'CHARCHOUNE' (au dos)
huile sur toile
33 x 41 cm. (13 x 16 1/8 in.)
Peint en 1928.
Galerie Raymond Creuze, Paris
Serge Charchoune - 50 aquarelles et peintures, Maître Robert, Paris, Drouot Rive Gauche, 16 février 1976, lot 33
Acquis lors de cette vente par le propriétaire actuel
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R. Creuze, Serge Charchoune, tome I, Paris, 1976, No. 264 (illustré en couleurs p. 183).
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