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Bathing Women

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Lost Art-ID478203

Millet, Jean Francois (1814)

TitleBathing Women
Type of objectDrawing
group of reported objectsGraphic
Generic terms
  • People / figure
Measures (ca.)  Height: 4.50 cm  Width: 3.50 cm 
Material / TechniqueCharcoal : paper / drawn
Descriptionon recto, lower left, black stamp: “J. F. M.” [Lugt 3728]
on verso, stamp at upper left: [illegible]
HoldingSchwabinger Kunstfund
ProvenanceEstate of the artist

Sale: Vente Veuve Millet, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 24–25 April 1894, lot 149 (per stamp)
Saül Mayer, Paris, acquired at the above sale (?) (per annotated auct. cat. and procès-verbal)
(Probably acquired by Hildebrand Gurlitt in France in the 1940s)
By descent to Cornelius Gurlitt, Munich/Salzburg
From 6 May 2014: Estate of Cornelius Gurlitt
published since
28. November 2013


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