From the fashionable and bohemian streets of Belle Époque Paris to the fields of Barbizon, and the sights of Venice to the verdant English countryside, Sotheby’s New York auction of 19th Century European Art offers extraordinary views of the era by its most celebrated artists. Highlighted by a superb group of paintings by Jean Béraud, unseen for over fifty years, this diverse sale also includes important works by William Bouguereau, Jules Breton, Giovanni Boldini, Jules Bastien-Lepage and Jean-François Millet among many others.
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|2||Please note that this work is a study for the artist's 1887 Salon entry, Fin du Travail.|
|6||Please note that the correct support for this lot is card.|
|14||Please note the artist's correct dates are 1861-1940.|
|22||Please note the additional provenance and exhibition history: PROVENANCE: Federico Gussoni, Milan (until 1934) R. Baldessari, Milan Sale: Sotheby's, London, March 26, 1997, lot 73, illustrated Acquired at the above sale EXHIBITED: Venice, XIX Biennale 1934 XII Venezia, no. 306(lent by R. Baldessari) Livorno, Museo Civico "G. Fattori"; Florence, Galleria d'arte modena, Palazzo Pitti, Vittorio Corcos, Il fantasma e il fiore, June 26-October 12, 1997, no. 15 (as Ritratto di signora)|
|24||We are grateful to Mademoiselle Victoire Baron for confirming that this work will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the artist's work.|
|27||Please note the additional literature: Tiziano Panconi, Giovanni Boldini, l'opera completa, Florence, 2002, p. 446|
|29||We would like to thank Nikolaj Pors for identifying this work as a sketch for a portrait (oil on canvas, 44.9 by 31.1 inches) said to be of Ingeborg Minni Helvard.|
|47||This Lot has been withdrawn from the sale.|
|55||Please note that the correct support for this work is card.|
|65||This Lot has been withdrawn from the sale.|
|69||We are grateful to Mademoiselle Victoire Baron for confirming that this work will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the artist's work.|
|75||Please note the additional literature: Jehan Georges Vibert, "La Comédie en Peinture," London, 1902, p. 218-9, illustrated|
|80||Please note the correct designation for this lot: Property from a Private Collection.|
|94||Please note the correct dimensions for this lot are 22 by 30 inches.|