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James Jacques Joseph Tissot

The Hammock

A Vision of Arcadia – An Important English Private Collection

James Jacques Joseph Tissot

James Jacques Joseph Tissot

The Hammock

The Hammock

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A Vision of Arcadia – An Important English Private Collection

James Jacques Joseph Tissot

1836 - 1902

The Hammock


signed J.J. Tissot (lower left)

oil on canvas

unframed: 127 by 86cm.; 50 by 34in.

framed: 142 by 102cm.; 56 by 40in.


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心遠地自偏:重要英國私人收藏 

詹姆斯.雅克.約瑟夫.蒂索

1836 - 1902年

《吊床》


款識:藝術家簽名 J.J. Tissot(左下)

油彩畫布

不連框:127 x 86 公分;50 x 34 英寸

連框:142 x 102 公分;56 x 40 英寸

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According to Tissot’s sales notebook, purchased in 1881 for £160 by Richard Donkin, M.P. (1836 – 1919), of Albermarle, Wimbledon Common
Sale, Kende Galleries of Gimbel Brothers at Jay Gould Mansion New York, 19 February 1943, lot 61
Private collection, East Coast of America
Sale, Christie’s London, 28 November 2001, lot 21
Purchased at the above sale by the present owner
Athenaeum, 'The Grosvenor Gallery', no. 2689, 10 May 1879, pp. 607-608
Times, 'The Grosvenor Gallery', 2 May 1879, p. 3
Punch, 'Grosvenor Gallery Review', 21 June 1879, pp. 285-87
Spectator, 'Grosvenor Gallery Review', 1879
James Tissot, The Complete Collection of the Artist's Works, Reproduced in a Series of Photographs, Vol. 3, 1876-82, illustrated
Michael Wentworth, James Tissot: Catalogue Raisonné of his Prints, Minneapolis, 1978, no. 46
Willard Misfeldt, The Albums of James Tissot, Bowling Green, 1982, p. 54, fig. III-5
Michael Wentworth, James Tissot, Oxford, 1984, pp. 145, 147, 203
Krystyna Matyjaszkiewicz, (ed.), James Tissot, London, 1984, p. 124, illustrated fig. 57
Musée du Petit Palais, Paris, James Tissot, exh. cat., 1985, p. 211, illustrated fig. 72
Christopher Wood, Tissot, London, 1986, pp. 107, 113
Melissa E. Buron and Krystyna Matyjaszkiewicz (with other contributors), James Tissot, exh. cat. for Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2019, pp. 257-8, 279, illustrated fig. 118
London, Grosvenor Gallery, 1879, no. 99
Manchester, Royal Institution, September 1879, no. 8
Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, 19th Exhibition of Works of Modern Artists, 1880, no. 225
New Haven, Connecticut, Yale Center for British Art, James Tissot, Victorian Life Modern Love, 1999, ex. catalogue