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Les beaux jours de la vie [Nº 87]: La dame qui cultivé les arts / A Lady who devotes herself to the arts

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Lost Art-ID478336
Permalinkhttp://www.lostart.de/EN/Fund/478336
Artist

Daumier, Honoré

TitleLes beaux jours de la vie [Nº 87]: La dame qui cultivé les arts / A Lady who devotes herself to the arts
Dating1846
Type of objectPrint
group of reported objectsGraphic
Generic terms
  • Female person / figure
  • Male person / figure
  • Child / adolescent / person / figure
  • Group of people
Measures (ca.)  Height: 34.10 cm  Width: 25.20 cm 
Material / Techniquepaper / Lithograph
Descriptionin the stone, lower right, inscribed: “878”
printed inscriptions, upper centre: “LES BEAUX JOURS DE LA VIE.”; lower left: “Chez Aubert & Cie. Pl. de la Bourse, 29.”, “Les messieurs en choeur.”; lower centre: “LA DAME QUI CULTIVE LES ARTS.”, “C’est charmant….. c’est chaarmant…. c’est châââmant !”; lower right: “Imp. d’Aubert & Cie.”
on recto, lower centre, inscribed in pencil: Prouté’s price coding (cf. ORE)
on verso, lower right, inscribed in pencil: “LD 1175”, “2775”
stone number: “878”. Cat. rais.: Hazard/Delteil (1904) No. 812, Delteil (1924–1926) No. 1175, Daumier Register No. 1175 II
HoldingSchwabinger Kunstfund
Provenance(…)
Paul Prouté, Paris
Most likely in the 1940s: Hildebrand Gurlitt, acquired from the above
Thence by descent to Cornelius Gurlitt, Munich/Salzburg
From 6 May 2014: Estate of Cornelius Gurlitt
entry
published since
3. December 2013
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