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Moïse Kisling
1891 - 1953
JEUNE FILLE ASSISE
Signed Kisling, inscribed New York and dated 1943 (upper right)
Oil on canvas
34 1/4 by 25 1/8 in.
86.9 by 63.8 cm
Painted in New York in 1943. 
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來源

Robin Credit Corporation, New York (acquired directly from the artist and sold: Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York, 1964, lot 82)
Collectors Art (acquired at the above sale)
Corporate Collection, Japan
Acquired from the above by the present owner circa 1995

出版

Jean Kisling, ed., Kisling 1891-1953, vol. I, Paris, 1971, no. 87, illustrated p. 344

相關資料

Moïse Kisling asserted that no artist past or present influenced his artistic style, but one cannot deny the similarities of the present painting to those painted by his best friend, Amedeo Modigliani (see fig. 1). Kisling met Modigliani shortly after moving to Paris from Poland in 1910, quickly becoming a key figure in the École de Paris and dubbed the “Prince of Montparnasse” by his cohorts.

The sensual shading and protracted gaze of this woman, however, reflect the sensitivity to form, feeling and pictorial essence that only Kisling could achieve. Her almond-shaped eyes—a trademark of Kisling’s portraiture and Modigliani's as well—and the energy of color show the sensuality and happiness Kisling strove to convey. “A beautiful girl in the nude fills me with joy, the desire to love, to be happy, and I would make the piece of cloth, the backdrop on which she poses, an expression of my delight” (quoted in Jean Kisling, op. cit., p. 37).

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