7 May 2008
Maurice Utrillo (1883-1955)
Pontoise. Rue de l'Eperon et rue de la Coutellerie
signed and dated 'Maurice. Utrillo. V. 1914.' (lower right) and titled 'Pontoise. Rue de l'Eperon et rue de la Coutellerie.' (lower left)
oil on board laid down on cradled panel
29½ x 41¼ in. (75 x 104.8 cm.)
Painted in 1914
Galerie Pétridès, Paris.
Jacques Zucker, Paris (acquired from the above, October 1954).
Gift from the family of the above to the present owner, circa 2000.
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P. Pétridès, L'oeuvre complet de Maurice Utrillo, Paris, 1962, vol. II, p. 68, no. 494 (illustrated, p. 69).
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