PAUL CÉZANNE | ÉTUDE D’ARBRES & ÉTUDE DE PERSONNAGES (A DOUBLE-SIDED WORK)
Cubism and Beyond
(1839 - 1906)
ÉTUDE D’ARBRES & ÉTUDE DE PERSONNAGES (A DOUBLE-SIDED WORK)
Pencil on paper
5 by 9⅞ in. (12.7 by 25 cm)
Framed: 13⅝ by 20½ in. (34.6 by 52.1 cm)
(Recto): Executed circa 1882-84.
(Verso): Executed circa 1880-84.
Please note this work has not been examined out of its frame. Executed on joined cream laid paper. A single minor stain to the center of the bottom edge and a few other spots of possible foxing throughout as well as additional possible foxing on the verso. This work is in good condition.
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Ambroise Vollard, Paris (possibly)
Private Collection, France
Sale: Briest, Paris, April 10, 1989, lot 8
Private Collection, Paris
Acquired from the above
Walter Feilchenfeldt, Jayne Warman & David Nash, The Paintings of Paul Cézanne: An Online Catalogue Raisonné, https://www.cezannecatalogue.com/catalogue/entry.php?id=3366, no. 1091, (accessed on May 14, 2020)