24 June 2010
Pierre Eugène Montézin (1874-1946)
signed 'Montézin' (lower right); inscribed 'Brume matinale' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
23 5/8 x 28¾ in. (60 x 73 cm.)
Painted in 1942
Galerie Félix Vercel, Paris.
Acquired from the above in 1973 and thence by descent; sale, Christie's, Paris, 28 September 2002, lot 25.
Anonymous sale, Sotheby's, London, 8 February 2006, lot 446.
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