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A rider and two horses

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Lost Art-ID478463
Artist Unknown (vormals Eugène Delacroix, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec und Louis Anquetin  zugeschrieben)
TitleA rider and two horses
Dating1885-1900 (c.)
Type of objectPainting
Measures (ca.)  Height: 33.00 cm  Width: 45.50 cm 
H: 33 cm (47 cm) ; B: 45,5 cm (60 cm)
Material / TechniqueOil : canvas / painted
Descriptionon verso, on frame, top centre, inscribed in red: “104” [in circle]; lower right, inscribed in blue: [illegible]; lower left, inscribed in white: “18 ?” [in circle];  upper left, in white: “78 ?” [in circle]
on stretcher, lower right, inscribed in pencil: [illegible, for the most part covered by canvas];  lower left, inscribed in pencil: “No. 41”
on vertical stretcher bar, inscribed: “Coll. W-P. 42”; in blue: “38[…]” [underlined, crossed out in red]
HoldingSchwabinger Kunstfund
Possibly Collection W-P. 42 [?] (per inscription)
(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
16. December 2013


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