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Le Collier Dambre

Henri Matisse-Le Collier Dambre-1937

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Le Collier Dambre
61.7 x 45.4 cm
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Oil on canvas
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Signed 'Henri MATISSE' (lower left)
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Painted on 21 March 1937
Provenance :
Paul Rosenberg & Co., Paris & Bordeaux, by 1937; Seized from the National Bank of Commerce and Industry, Libourne, on 28 April 1941; Transferred by order of the Devisenschutzkommando to the Jeu de Paume, Paris, on 5 September 1941; Included in Exchange #18 between the Einstatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg and Gustav Rochlitz, on 21 May 1942; Sold by Gustav Rochlitz to Isidor Rosner, Paris; M. Nicolas Karjensky, Galerie d'Art Cardo, by whom acquired in 1942; M. Albert Daure, Perpignan, by whom acquired from the previous, until at least 1962; Anonymous sale, Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, 1 November 1978, lot 50A; Lefevre Fine Art, London (no. 8585), by whom acquired from the previous; Marvin M. Mitchelson, Los Angeles; Private collection, by 1982; The heirs of Paul Rosenberg
Exhibition History :
Paris, Galerie Paul Rosenberg, Oeuvres recentes de Henri-Matissse, June 1937, no. 20, n.p; this exhibition later travelled to London, Rosenberg & Helft, July 1937; Nagoya, City Art Museum, Matisse Retrospective, August - September 1991, no. 59; this exhibition later travelled to Hiroshima, Museum of Art, October - November 1991; and Kasama, Nichido Museum, November - December 1991, no. 59, pp. 160 & 234 (illustrated p. 161; titled 'Woman with Pearl Necklace')

Christie's London

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