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Vlaminck, Maurice de
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Vlaminck, Maurice de
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Pêcheur à Chatou
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notes

Please note there is an Irrevocable Bid on this lot.

medium

Oil on canvas

creator

Vlaminck, Maurice de

dimensions

18 1/8 by 21 5/8 in.

exhibition

(possibly) Brussels, Musée Moderne, La Libre Esthétique, la quatorzième exposition, 1907, no. 155 (titled Le Pont d'Argenteuil) Bern, Kunsthalle, Les Fauves und die Zeitgenossen, 1950, no. 122 (titled Le Pêcheur) Geneva, Musée de l'Athénée, Maurice de Vlaminck. Du fauvisme à nos jours, 1958, no. 3, illustrated in the catalogue (titled Le Pêcheur and dated 1905) Paris, Galerie de l'Élysée, 7 tableaux rares, 1964, n.n., illustrated in color in the catalogue (titled Paysage, pêcheur à Argenteuil) Tokyo, Isetan Museum of Art; Niigata, City Art Museum; Osaka, Daimaru Museum; Shizuoka, Prefectural Museum of Art; Himeji, City Museum of Art & Yamanashi, Prefectural Museum of Art, Terres d'inspiration des peintres de Pont-Aven, Nabis, et Symbolistes, 1987, no. 129, illustrated in the catalogue (titled Pêcheur à Argenteuil) Paris, Pavillon des Arts, Apollinaire, critique d'art, 1993, no. 121 (titled Le Pêcheur à Argenteuil) Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales & Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria, Fauves, 1995-96, no. 90, illustrated in color in the catalogue (titled Pêcheurs à Argenteuil) Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Fauvism "Wild Beasts", 1996, no. 60, illustrated in the catalogue (titled Pêcheur à Argenteuil) Turin, Palazzo Bricherasio & Lodève, Musée de Lodève, Les Fauves et la critique, 1999, no. 37, illustrated in color in the catalogue (titled Pêcheur à Argenteuil) Lodève, Musée de Lodève, Derain et Vlaminck, 1900-1915, 2001, no. 27, illustrated in color in the catalogue (titled Pêcheur à Argenteuil) London, The Courtauld Gallery, 2002-18 (on loan)

literature

Judi Freeman, Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century Modern Masterworks: The Fridart Foundation Collection, London, 1998, illustrated in color p. 35 (titled Pêcheur à Argenteuil) The Courtauld Institute of Art, ed., The 20th Century at the Courtauld Institute Gallery, London, 2002, illustrated in color p. 34 (titled Le Pêcheur à Argenteuil) Maïthé Vallès-Bled, Vlaminck: Catalogue critique des peintures et céramiques de la période fauve, 1900-1907, Paris, 2008, no. 147, illustrated in color p. 330; detail illustrated in color p. 333

provenance

(possibly) Jean Davray, Paris Albert Lespinasse, Paris (and sold by the estate: Hôtel Drouot, Paris, June 23, 1986, lot 84) Private Collection, Switzerland Alain Lesieutre, Paris (and sold: Drouot Montaigne, Paris, November 24, 1992, lot 29) Acquired at the above sale

signedDate

Signed Vlaminck (on the reverse)

time_period

Painted in 1906.

time_range_end

1906

artist_range_end

1958

time_range_start

1906

artist_range_start

1876

consignmentDesignation

The Triumph of Color: Important Works from a Private European Collection

creator_nationality_dates

1876 - 1958


*Note that the price is not recalculated to the current value, but refers to the actual final price at the time the product was sold.

*Note that the price is not recalculated to the current value, but refers to the actual final price at the time the product was sold.


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