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Tennis II, mise au carreau pour la decoration 'Nausicaa'

Maurice Denis-Tennis II, mise au carreau pour la decoration 'Nausicaa'-1914

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Artwork:
Tennis II, mise au carreau pour la decoration 'Nausicaa'
Size:
80.9 x 61.8 cm
Medium :
Black and white chalk on paper
Creation Year:
1914
Marks
With the artist's monogram 'mavd' (lower left)
Category :
Drawing
Artwork Details :
Executed circa 1914
Provenance :
Galerie Druet, Paris (no. 8325), by 1914; M. Gavoty, France, by whom acquired from the previous in 1920; Galerie B. Kœstler, Munich; Private collection, France; Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd, London, by 2006; Acquired from the previous by the present owner
Exhibition History :
[Probably] San Francisco, Palace of Fine Arts, The Panama-Pacific International Exposition, February - December 1915, no. 314C or 314D (titled ‘Ball Game’); [Probably] Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, Founder’s Day Exhibition: French Paintings from the Museum of the Luxembourg, and other Works of Art from the French, Belgian, Italian, and Swedish Collections shown at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, together with a Group of English Paintings, April - June 1916, no. 261 or 265 (titled ‘Study for “Tennis”); [Probably] Minneapolis, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, An Exhibition of French and Belgian Art from the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, December 1916 - February 1917, no. 68 or 72 (titled ‘Study for “Tennis”'); [Probably] New York, Brooklyn Museum, The Art of France and Belgium from the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, February - March 1918, no. 63 or 67 (titled ‘Study for “Tennis”); New York, Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd, Master Drawings and Oil Sketches, May - June 2006, no. 50 (illustrated); this exhibition later travelled to London, Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd, June - July 2006

Christie’s London

Date:
2017-03-01
Lot Number :
295
Low Estimate :
$18,617[+93%]*
High Estimate :
$24,823[+45%]*
Hammer Price :
$35,993
Sold For :
$44,991*