- Kees van Dongen
- 款識：畫家簽名van Dongen（右下）；題款Deauville並紀年1920（內框）；畫家簽名van Dongen並題款Jeune fille, 29 Villa Said, Paris, XVI（背面）
- 25 5/8 x 21 1/2英寸
- 65.1 x 54.2公分
Acquired circa 1985
Jean Melas Kyriazi, Van Dongen, Après le Fauvisme, Lausanne, 1987, illustrated p. 77 (dated 1933)
IFAR Journal, vol. 10, no. 3/4, 2008/09, listed p. 57 & illustrated in color on the inside front and back covers
Writing about this period of Van Dongen's career, Denys Sutton commented: "During the 1920s, Van Dongen became one of the most talked of figures in the French art world and it is only necessary to run through the volume of press cuttings belonging to [his daughter] to be aware of the fact that his name was news. He was a frequent visitor to Deauville, where the smart world gathered, and to the cabarets and restaurants of Paris. What appealed to him about the années folles were their movement and gaiety. He once said: 'I passionately love the life of my time so animated, so feverish! Ah! Life is even more beautiful than painting'" (D. Sutton in Cornelius Theodorus Marie Van Dongen (exhibition catalogue), Tucson, 1971, p. 46).