1909 - 1999
AU CONCOURS HIPPIQUE
signed a. hambourg (lower right); also signed again, titled "au concours hippique" and dated Honfleur 1967.68 (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
31 ⅞ by 39 ¼ inches (81 by 99.7 cm)
Framed: 40 ⅛ by 47 ⅝ inches (101.9 by 121 cm)
Painted in 1967-68.
Madame Nicole Hambourg has confirmed the authenticity of this work.
This work is in very good condition. The canvas is unlined. The canvas is slightly dirty. A single pindot accretion to the signature at lower right. Minor frame abrasion to the top, right and left edges. Under UV light: Some original pigments fluoresce, in addition to some scattered areas of varnish. No inpainting is apparent.
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Wally Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach, Florida
Acquired by the present owner from the above, circa 1970s