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April 7, 2013
Fontainebleau, FranceLive Auction
Lot 145: * Henri Edmond Cross (1856 -1910) Etude pour Nymphes: femme au chapeau, nu en plein air Huile sur papier marouflé sur toile 35 x 27 cm Peint vers 1906 Provenance : Galerie Druet, Paris Expositions : Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, Monet and Renoir:(129 views)
* Henri Edmond Cross (1856 -1910) Etude pour Nymphes: femme au chapeau, nu en plein air Huile sur papier marouflé sur toile 35 x 27 cm Peint vers 1906
Provenance : Galerie Druet, Paris
Expositions : Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, Monet and Renoir: Two Great Impressionist Trends, November 1 2003 - 15 January 2004, no.46, p.80 (reproduit en couleurs). Cette exposition fut prolongée à Tokyo, The Bunkamura Museum of Art, 7 Février- 9 Mai 2004
Cette oeuvre est une étude pour la peinture Nymphes, peinte en 1906. Pour une étude similaire, voir Compin H.E. Cross, no.146, p.246.
Notre tableau sera inclus dans le Catalogue Raisonné des peintures et aquarelles d'Henri Edmond Cross en cours de rédaction par Monsieur Patrick Offenstadt. Un certificat d'authenticité de Monsieur Patrick Offenstadt sera remis à l'acquéreur.
Oil on paper laid down on canvas 13 3/4 x 10 5/8 in. Painted circa 1906
Provenance : Galerie Druet, Paris
Exhibited : Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, Monet and Renoir : Two Great Impressionist Trends, November 1 2003- 15 January 2004, no.46, p.80 (illustrated in colour). This exhibition then travelled to Tokyo, The Bunkamura Museum of Art, 7 February- 9 May 2004
This work is a study for the painting Nymphes, painted in 1906. For a similar study see Isabelle Compin H.E. Cross, no.146, p.246.
Our work will be included in the Catalogue Raisonné of paintings and watercolors by Henri Edmond Cross in preparation by Mr Patrick Offenstadt. An authenticity certificate by Mr Patrick Offenstadt will be provided to the purchaser.
Notes: Les numéros suivis de * sont vendus sous le régime de l'importation temporaire : leur prix d'adjudication sera majoré d'une taxe de 7% récupérable en cas de réexportation hors de l'Union Européenne Numbers followed by * are sold under the regime of temporary importation : a tax of 7% will be added to their hammer price, such tax being refundable should the piece be exported outside European Union.
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