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Federico Zandomeneghi

Les deux soeurs

Estimate:

300,000 to - 500,000 USD

Federico Zandomeneghi

Federico Zandomeneghi

Les deux soeurs

Les deux soeurs

Estimate:

300,000 to - 500,000 USD

Lot sold:

252,000

USD

Federico Zandomeneghi

Italian

1841 - 1917

Les deux soeurs


signed and dated Zandomeneghi 95 (lower left)

oil on canvas

canvas: 18¼ by 15¼ in.; 46.3 by 38.73 cm.

framed: 27 by 24 in.; 68.5 by 61 cm.

The canvas is unlined and stable on its stretcher. The image appears fresh with no signs of retouching under UV inspection. The work can be hung in its current state. Offered in an elaborately carved giltwood frame.


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Durand-Ruel & Cie, Paris, 1895, no. 3608 (purchased from the artist on December 23, 1895)
Durand-Ruel & Cie, New York, no. 1582
D.S. Miller, (acquired from the above February 18, 1898)
Jacqueline Stewart, California (since 1950s)
Thence by descent