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Lot 16: Andre Derain French, 1880-1954 Fille a la Mandoline, 1931
01 November 2016
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Fille a la Mandoline, 1931
Signed derain (lr)
Oil on canvas
25 5/8 x 23 3/4 inches (72.7 x 60 cm)
Paul Guillaume, Paris
Marie and Averell Harriman, New York
Sale: Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, Jun. 28, 1972, lot 48
Galerie Schmit, Paris
Sale: Christie's, New York, Impressionist and Modern Art, Nov. 2, 2005, lot 1572
Philadelphia, PA, Pennsylvania Museum, Dec. 1931
New York, Marie Harriman Gallery, French Paintings, Mar. 1932
St. Louis, MO, Newhouse Gallery, 1933
San Francisco, CA, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1934
Chicago, IL, Arts Club of Chicago, Paintings by Andre Derain, Jan. 1947, no. 8
Paris, Galerie Schmit, Exposition Derain, May - Jun. 1976, no. 41, illus.
Tokyo, Takashimaya Art Gallery, Jul. 1981, no. 42, illus.
Tokyo, Art Point Gallery, Andre Derain, 1989, no. 7, illus.
Oxford, Museum of Modern Art, Andre Derain, Dec. 16, 1990 - Mar. 18, 1991 (travelled to Edinburgh, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Mar. 27 - May 27, 1991 and Troyes, Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Troyes, Jun. 22 - Sep. 16, 1991)
Osaka, Musee d'Art de Daimaru, Andre Derain, Sep. 20 - Oct. 1, 1995, no. 37 (travelled to Tokyo, Musee d'Art de Daimaru, Oct. 26 - Nov. 7, 1995 and Kyoto, Musee d'Art de Daimaru, Dec. 31, 1995 - Jan. 23, 1996)
Jane Lee, Derain, Oxford, 1990, p. 126
Gaston Diehl, Derain, Vaduz, 1991, pl. 60
Michel Kellermann, Andre Derain: Catalogue Raisonne de l'Oeuvre Peint, vol. II, Paris, 1996, p. 247, no. 1259, illus.
Wax relined. Dense old varnish layer, not cleaned in many years. Some restoration along the upper left margin. None visible elsewhere under UV light.
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