7 February 2006
Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904)
signed 'Fantin.' (upper right); dated '1874.' (upper left)
oil on canvas
8 1/8 x 11 in. (20.6 x 28 cm.)
Painted in 1874
Edwin Edwards, London.
Gustave Tempelaere, Paris.
Louis Kerchner; his sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 13 March 1902, no. 14.
Henri Duhem, Douai.
Wildenstein & Co., London.
Acquired from the above by the father of the present owner in July 1970.
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Mme Fantin-Latour, Catalogue de l'oeuvre complet de Fantin-Latour, Paris, 1911, no. 728.
Corpus Christi, Art Museum of South Texas, Ideas for the Collector, February - March 1968.
Galerie Brame & Lorenceau will include this painting in their forthcoming Fantin-Latour catalogue raisonné.
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