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Lower right: Sickert

Provenance

By 1924, Savile Gallery [see note 1]; 1924, Savile Gallery sold to Leicester Gallery [see note 2]. By 1929, Thomas Agnew & Sons, London [see note 3]; July 27, 1931, sold by Thomas Agnew and Sons through Philip Handy to the MFA for $10,050 [see note 4]. (Accession Date: February 4, 1932) NOTES: [1] According to label affixed to reverse of painting. [2] According to notes on Leicester Gallery documentation in MFA curatorial file, which lists this painting as No. 100 in Leicester Gallery label. [3] Exhibited in "Contemporary British Artists," Thomas Agnew & Sons, 1929, no. 15. [4] MFA accession numbers RES.32.2-RES.32.18 purchased together for $10,050.

Credit Line

Tompkins Collection—Arthur Gordon Tompkins Fund

Accession Number

RES.32.18

Medium or Technique

Oil on canvas

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Europe

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