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Famille Darlequin

Pablo Picasso-Famille Darlequin-1905

Sell Through Rate: 100%

Artwork:
Famille Darlequin
Size:
29.5 x 21.5 cm
Medium :
Gouache and ink on card laid down on cradled panel
Creation Year:
1905
Marks
Signed Picasso (lower left)
Category :
Drawing
Provenance :
Private Collection, Cologne (acquired from the artist in 1910); Private Collection, Cologne (acquired from the previous in 1929 and sold: Sotheby's, London, November 25, 1959, lot 61); M. Knoedler & Co., London & New York (acquired at the previous sale); Joan Whitney Payson, Manhasset, NY (acquired from the previous); Private Collection, United States (by descent from the previous and sold: Sotheby's, New York, May 8, 2007, lot 21); Acquired at the previous sale
Exhibition History :
Cologne, Kunstverein, Malerei des 20. Jahrhunderts in Kolner Privatbesitz, 1957, no. 99 (incorrectly catalogued as oil on canvas); Portland, Maine, Westbrook College, Joan Whitney Payson Gallery of Art, 1977-92 (on extended loan); Kyoto, Municipal Museum & Tokyo, Isetan Museum of Art, The Joan Whitney Payson Collection: from Goya to Wyeth, 1980, no. 65; Barcelona, Museu Picasso & Bern, Kunstmuseum, Picasso 1905-1906, 1992, no. 27, illustrated in color in the catalogue ; West Palm Beach, Norton Gallery of Art, Pablo Picasso, A Vision, 1994, no. 6; Boston, Museum of Fine Arts & Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, Picasso: The Early Years, 1892-1906, 1997-98, no. 123, illustrated in color in the catalogue (exhibited in Boston only); Portland, Maine, Museum of Art (on periodic loan); Waterville, Maine, Colby College (on periodic loan); Portland, Maine, Museum of Art, Picasso's Human Vision, 1999; Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art, Picasso's World of Children, 2000; Barcelona, Museu Picasso & Martigny, Fondation Pierre Gianadda Picasso et le cirque, 2006-07, no. 50, illustrated in color in the catalogue

Sotheby’s New York

Date:
2018-05-14
Lot Number :
20
Low Estimate :
$12,000,000[-17%]*
High Estimate :
$18,000,000[-44%]*
Hammer Price :
$10,000,000
Sold For :
$11,518,000*