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Pecheur A Chatou

Maurice de Vlaminck-Pecheur A Chatou-1906

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Artwork:
Pecheur A Chatou
Size:
46 x 55 cm
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Creation Year:
1906
Marks
Signed Vlaminck (on the reverse)
Category :
Painting
Provenance :
(possibly) Jean Davray, Paris; Albert Lespinasse, Paris (and sold by the estate: Hotel 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 previous sale
Exhibition History :
(possibly) Brussels, Musee Moderne, La Libre Esthetique, la quatorzieme exposition, 1907, no. 155 (titled Le Pont d'Argenteuil); Bern, Kunsthalle, Les Fauves und die Zeitgenossen, 1950, no. 122 (titled Le Pecheur); Geneva, Musee de l'Athenee, Maurice de Vlaminck. Du fauvisme a nos jours, 1958, no. 3, illustrated in the catalogue (titled Le Pecheur and dated 1905); Paris, Galerie de l'Elysee, 7 tableaux rares, 1964, n.n., illustrated in color in the catalogue (titled Paysage, pecheur a 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 Pecheur a Argenteuil); Paris, Pavillon des Arts, Apollinaire, critique d'art, 1993, no. 121 (titled Le Pecheur a 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 Pecheurs a Argenteuil); Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Fauvism 'Wild Beasts', 1996, no. 60, illustrated in the catalogue (titled Pecheur a Argenteuil); Turin, Palazzo Bricherasio & Lodeve, Musee de Lodeve, Les Fauves et la critique, 1999, no. 37, illustrated in color in the catalogue (titled Pecheur a Argenteuil); Lodeve, Musee de Lodeve, Derain et Vlaminck, 1900-1915, 2001, no. 27, illustrated in color in the catalogue (titled Pecheur a Argenteuil); London, The Courtauld Gallery, 2002-18 (on loan)

Sotheby’s New York

Date:
2018-11-12
Lot Number :
10
Low Estimate :
$9,000,000[-27%]*
High Estimate :
$14,000,000[-53%]*
Hammer Price :
$6,562,887
Sold For :
$7,637,500*