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Femme A Sa Toilette (Le Peignoir)

Pierre Bonnard-Femme A Sa Toilette (Le Peignoir)-1923

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Artwork:
Femme A Sa Toilette (Le Peignoir)
Size:
115.5 x 55.5 cm
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Creation Year:
1923
Marks
Signed Bonnard (upper right)
Category :
Painting
Artwork Details :
Painted circa 1923
Provenance :
Galerie L'Arte Moderne, Lucerne; Private Collection, Paris (acquired in 1949); Galerie Georges Moos, Geneva; Dr. Edouard Troester, Geneva (acquired from the previous); Paul Rosenberg & Co., New York; Mr. & Mrs. Walter Bareiss, Greenwich, Connecticut (acquired from the previous in 1956); E.V. Thaw & Co., New York; Acquired from the previous in 1976
Exhibition History :
Paris, Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Bonnard, oeuvres recentes, 1926, no. 6; Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Bonnard, 1947, no. 34; Zurich, Kunsthaus, Pierre Bonnard, 1867-1947, 1949, no. 99; New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery, Pictures Collected by Yale Alumni, 1956, no. 130, illustrated in the catalogue; New York, World House Gallery, The Struggle for New Form, 1957, no. 8; New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Fifty Selections from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bareiss, 1958, no. 5, illustrated in the catalogue; Munich, Neue Staatsgalerie, Sammlung Walter Bareiss, 1965, n.n., illustrated in the catalogue; Dallas, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas Collects: Impressionist and Early Modern Masters, 1978, no. 50, illustrated in the catalogue; Dallas, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1979 (on loan); Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou; Washington, D.C., The Phillips Collection & Dallas, Dallas Museum of Art, Bonnard: The Late Paintings, 1984, no. 25, illustrated in color in the catalogue; Dallas, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Impressionist and Modern Masters in Dallas: From Monet to Mondrian, 1989, no. 9; Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum, 'Private Collection, Texas': European Masterpieces from Texas Homes, Past and Present, 2009-10

Sotheby’s New York

Date:
2019-05-14
Lot Number :
16
Low Estimate :
$4,000,000[-25%]*
High Estimate :
$6,000,000[-50%]*
Hammer Price :
$3,000,000
Sold For :
$3,620,000*