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Maurice de Vlaminck

Coin de village

Reserves

Estimate:

35,000

to
- 45,000 USD

Property from a Private Southern Collection

Maurice de Vlaminck

Maurice de Vlaminck

Coin de village

Coin de village

Estimate:

35,000

to
- 45,000 USD

Lot sold:

25,200

USD

Property from a Private Southern Collection

Maurice de Vlaminck

1876 - 1958

Coin de village


Signed Vlaminck (lower right)

Oil on canvas

15 by 18 in. (38.1 by 45.7 cm)

Framed: 23 ½ by 26 ¾ in. (59.7 by 68 cm)


This work will be included in the Archives Vlaminck founded by Madame Godelieve de Vlaminck, in collaboration with Madame Pascale Krausz.

The canvas is not lined. There is scattered craquelure to the center of the sky at the upper edge, including lifting, flaking, and losses to the pigment which requires consolidation by a restorer. There are two areas of pigment loss to the center left of the composition and some minor losses to the extreme edges, caused by frame abrasion. Under UV light: a thick varnish makes the surface difficult to read. There is extensive re-touching to the upper right quadrant and throughout the sky of the composition, notably to the left of the house with corresponding paint loss. The painting is in fair condition.


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Galerie Charles Vildrac, Paris
Galerie Jean Cailac, Paris
Private Collection, Brussels
Sale: Artcurial, Paris, April 2, 2014, lot 255
Acquired at the above sale