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Les Trois Cierges

Marc Chagall-Les Trois Cierges-1939

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Artwork:
Les Trois Cierges
Size:
130.2 x 97.1 cm
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Creation Year:
1939
Marks
Signed and dated 'Marc Chagall 1939' (lower right)
Category :
Painting
Provenance :
Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York (acquired from the artist, 1941); Reader's Digest, New York (1946); sale, Sotheby's, New York, 16 November 1998, lot 37
Exhibition History :
Paris, Galerie Mai, Chagall: Oeuvres Recente, January-February 1940; New York, Pierre Matisse Gallery, Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings and Gouaches from 1910 to 1941: Marc Chagall, November-December 1941, no. 11 (dated 1938); Pasadena Art Museum, Marc Chagall: Seventieth Anniversary Exhibition, May-July 1957, p. 28, no. 30 (illustrated, p. 20; dated 1938-1940); New York, M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., Reader’s Digest Collection, May-June 1963, p. 25 (illustrated in color; dated 1938-1940); Tokyo, Palaceside Building, Forty Paintings from The Reader’s Digest Collection: An Exhibition Held Under the Gracious Patronage of Their Imperial Highnesses Prince and Princess Takamatsu, October 1966, p. 6, no. 8 (illustrated in color, p. 14; dated 1938-1940); New York, Pierre Matisse Gallery, Marc Chagall: A Celebration, May-June 1977, no. 7 (illustrated); London, Royal Academy of Arts and Philadelphia Museum of Art, Chagall, January-July 1985, p. 215, no. 82 (illustrated; illustrated again in color, p. 115 and dated 1938-1940); New York, Wildenstein & Co; St. Paul, Minnesota; Detroit; Chicago; Stuttgart, Germany; London, England and Paris, France, Selections from the Reader’s Digest Collection, September 1985-February 1986, pp. 18 and 81 (illustrated in color, p. 19)

Christie’s New York

Date:
2017-05-15
Lot Number :
6 A
Low Estimate :
$8,000,000[+60%]*
High Estimate :
$12,000,000[+7%]*
Hammer Price :
$12,800,000
Sold For :
$14,583,500*