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Ile-de-Vaux on the Oise near Auvers

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Lower left: Daubigny 1876

Provenance

About 1885 or before, with Goupil et Cie., Paris [see note 1]. 1885, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris; September 1885, sold by Georges Petit to M. Knoedler and Co., New York (stock no. 4919); April 1886, sold by Knoedler to J. Eastman Chase Gallery, Boston [see note 2], for Clara Bertram Kimball, Boston; by inheritance to her husband, David P. Kimball (d. 1923), Boston; 1923, bequest of Mrs. David P. Kimball to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 6, 1923) NOTES: [1] On the reverse of the painting is a label identified as that of Goupil (stock no. 16355). [2] This information comes from a letter from Lelia Wittler of Knoedler and Co. to Charles C. Cunningham of the MFA (March 6, 1941; in MFA curatorial file). On the reverse of the painting, in pencil, is a number identified by Charles C. Cunningham as possibly the mark of Samuel Putnam Avery (b. 1822 - d. 1904), a New York art dealer. It is not known for certain whether his gallery is associated with this stock number, or whether it played a role in the importation and sale of this painting. Another mark on the reverse is tentatively identified as coming from Vose Galleries, Boston, but this has not been verified.

Credit Line

Bequest of Mrs. David P. Kimball

1876

Dimensions

40.6 x 68.6 cm (16 x 27 in.)

Accession Number

23.400

Medium or Technique

Oil on panel

Collections

Europe

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