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Rue Lipp

Stuart Davis-Rue Lipp-1928

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Artwork:
Rue Lipp
Size:
80.6 x 99.6 cm
Medium :
Oil on canvas
Creation Year:
1928
Marks
Signed Stuart Davis (lower right)
Category :
Painting
Provenance :
Alfred Auerbach, New York (acquired circa 1933); Downtown Gallery, New York (acquired by 1963); Mr. & Mrs. Berry R. Peril, Rydal, Pennsylvania (acquired by 1965); Merriewold West, Inc., Far Hills, New Jersey; Mary Lea Johnson, New Jersey; Andrew Crispo, New York (and sold: Sotheby's, New York, December 3, 1997, lot 153); Acquired at the previous sale
Exhibition History :
New York, The Downtown Gallery, Americans Abroad: Exhibition by Eight Americans Summering Abroad—Watercolors, Paintings, Drawings, Lithographs, 1929; New York, The Downtown Gallery, Hotels and Cafes: Exhibition of Recent Paintings by Stuart Davis, 1930, no. 1; Valentine (Dudensing) Gallery, New York, 1930; Philadelphia, Crillon Galleries, Inc., Stuart Davis, 1931, no. 18; New York, World House Galleries, The Struggle for New Form: Loan Exhibition for the Benefit of the Just One Break, Inc., 1957, no. 93; Waltham, Massachusetts, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, American Modernism: The First Wave: Paintings from 1903 to 1933, 1963, no. 5; Washington, D.C., National Collection of Fine Arts; Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago; New York, Whitney Museum of American Art & Los Angeles, The Art Galleries of the University of California at Los Angeles, Stuart Davis Memorial Exhibition, 1894-1964, 1965, no. 41, illustrated in the catalogue; New York, Andrew Crispo Gallery, Pioneers of American Abstraction, 1973, no. 23, illustrated in the catalogue; New York, Andrew Crispo Gallery, The Development of Pop Art in America: Stuart Davis to Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, 1974, no. 10; New York, Andrew Crispo Gallery, Twentieth-Century European and American Masters, 1974, no. 24; New York, Andrew Crispo Gallery, Twentieth-Century American Artists, 1975; New York, Andrew Crispo Gallery, Paris/New York, 1910-1930s: The Influences of Paris on New York and American Artists in the Twentieth Century, 1977, no. 16; Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Museum & Cambridge, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Stuart Davis: Art and Art Theory, 1978, no. 108, illustrated in the catalogue; New York, Washburn Gallery, American Artists Abroad 1900-1950, 1982, illustrated in the catalogue; Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Rahr-West Museum; Evanston, Illinois, Terra Museum of American Art & St. Paul, Minnesota Museum of Art, Stuart Davis: The Formative Years, 1910-1930, 1983, no. 23, illustrated in the catalogue; New York, Andrew Crispo Gallery, American Masters of the Twentieth Century, 1985, no. 18; New York, Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, Stuart Davis: An American in Paris, 1987, illustrated in the catalogue; New York, The Metropolitan Museum of American Art & San Francisco, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Stuart Davis, American Painter, 1991-92, no. 79, illustrated in color in the catalogue; Venice, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Stuart Davis, 1997, no. 26, illustrated in color in the catalogue; New York, Whitney Museum of American Art & Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, Stuart Davis: In Full Swing, 2016-17

Sotheby’s New York

Date:
2018-11-12
Lot Number :
52
Low Estimate :
$6,000,000[-2%]*
High Estimate :
$8,000,000[-27%]*
Hammer Price :
$5,862,887
Sold For :
$6,847,200*