Property from a Private Swiss Collection
ANDRÉ DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC
1884 - 1974
LA BAIE DE ST TROPEZ
signed A. Dunoyer de Segonzac (lower right)
watercolour, gouache and pen and ink on paper
57.2 by 78.6cm., 22½ by 31in.
Executed circa 1929.
The authenticity of this work has been confirmed by Madame de Varine.
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Executed on cream wove paper, laid down on board. The edges are lined with tape. There is a horizontal surface abrasion (approx. 6cm.) to the lower part of the left edge, and another to the centre of the left edge. There is a small area of discolouration to the left part of the upper edge. There are spots of fibrous accretion towards the centre of the left edge. This work is in overall good condition.
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Private Collection, Switzerland (acquired in the late 1950s)
Thence by descent to the present owners