JACQUES MAJORELLE | The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco
JACQUES MAJORELLE | The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco
JACQUES MAJORELLE | The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco
JACQUES MAJORELLE | The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco
JACQUES MAJORELLE | The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco
JACQUES MAJORELLE | The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco
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Property from the Family of the Artist

JACQUES MAJORELLE | The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco

Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 GBP

Property from the Family of the Artist

JACQUES MAJORELLE | The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco

Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000 GBP

Lot Sold:8,750GBP
(3 bids, reserve met)

Lot Details

Description

Property from the Family of the Artist

JACQUES MAJORELLE

French

1886 - 1962

The Village of Aït Rba in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco


signed with initials, located and dated 21 lower right; inscribed in French on the reverse

oil on board

40 by 47cm., 15¾ by 18½in.

framed: 51.5 by 59.5cm., 20 by 23½in.


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Condition Report

The board is flat, even, and ensuring a stable support.

With the exception of some pin-head sized spots of surface dirt throughout, although not too distracting to the naked eye, this work is in god condition and has no sign of restoration.


Presented in a simple gilt frame.

There are oil sketches by the artist on the reverse.


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Cataloguing

Provenance

By descent from the artist

Literature

Félix Marcilhac, Amélie Marcilhac, Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962), Répertoire de l'œuvre peint, Paris, 2017, p. 256, no. 3, catalogued & illustrated (mirrored image illustrated; as Le village d'Aït Rba, Vallée du Reraïa (Grand Atlas))

Catalogue Note

Painted in 1921.


A certificate from Amélie Marcilhac may be requested by the buyer.

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Online bidding closed12 Dec 2019 | 03:42 PM GMT