Sell Through Rate: 100%
Artwork: Edvard Munch**This Work Has Been Extensively Restored After The Artist'S Death. Please Read The Lot Essay For Further Details. - Tragedie
Size: 78.2 x 119 cm
Medium: Oil on canvas
Creation year: 1900
Artwork details : Painted circa 1898-1900; Extensively restored by 1950
Provenance: (probably) Jappe Nilssen, Oslo (acquired from the artist, by 1931); (probably) Erna Holmboe Bang, Oslo (by descent from the previous); Private collection, Sweden; Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo; Acquired from the previous by the present owner, 1955.
Exhibition history: Omaha, Joslyn Art Museum, Three Exhibitions: Notable Paintings from Midwestern Collections, Notable Collections at Joslyn Art Museum, Anniversary Purchase Exhibition, November 1956-January 1957, p. 6 (illustrated, p. 7; titled Jealousy); New York, M. Knoedler & Co., Inc. and Palm Beach, The Society of the Four Arts, Paintings and Sculpture from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, January-March 1957, no. 23 (Illustrated; dated circa 1897 and titled Jealousy); Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, European Masters of our Time, October-November 1957, no. 6 (illustrated; dated circa 1897 and titled Jealousy); Oregon, The Portland Art Museum, 75 Masterworks: An Exhibition of Paintings in Honor of the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Portland Art Association, 1892-1967, December 1967-January 1968, no. 18 (illustrated; dated circa 1897 and titled Jealousy); The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Lost Paradise: Symbolist Europe, June-October 1995, p. 519, no. 298 (illustrated in color, p. 143, fig. 155; dated circa 1897 and titled Jealousy; with inverted dimensions); Kunsthalle Bremen, Edvard Munch: Ratsel hinter der Leinwand, October 2011-February 2012, p. 13, no. 42 (illustrated in color, pp. 12 and 113).