The Zouave by amedeo modigliani
Pfannstiel Lanthemann Ceroni J. Modigliani Parisot Patani Restellini Wayne
Nº 249 Nº 296 Nº 263 YES 25/1918 Nº 275 YES ?
Date 1918
Title The Zouave - The Soldier
Materials Oil on canvas ?
Size 63 x 48 cm ? (Pfannstiel 61.5 x 46 - Ceroni 61 x 46 - Patani 62.9 x 48.3 - Parisot 100 x 65 )
Signature: Signed "modigliani" top right
Actual Location Niarchos Collection ?
Provenance -?-
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Leopold Zborowski, Paris
Netter Collection, Paris (by 1928)
Bignou Collection, Paris (by 1929)
Alex Reid & Lefevre, London ( Acquired to above in 1929)
(Seligmann & Co, New York, stock nº 5368)
Robinson Collection, Los Angeles
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Niarchos Collection, (London or Paris)?

In process

Bibliography

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Pfannstiel, "catalogue presume" Modigliani. L'Art et la Vie. Preface de Louis Latourrettes, Seheur, Paris, 1929, p.41
Franchi, Modigliani, Arnaud, Firenze, 1947, pl. 31
Pfannstiel, Modigliani et son oeuvre, etude critique et catalogue raisonne, bibliotheque des arts, Paris, 1956 - nº 249 - titled The Zouave - dated 1918
Ceroni, Amedeo Modigliani: Peintre; Suivi des Souvenirs de Lunia Czechowska, Edizioni del Milione, 1958 - nº 107
Werner, Amedeo Modigliani, Garzanti, Milano 1967, p. 130
Werner, Amedeo Modigliani, Cercle d'art, Paris,1968, p. 138
Werner, Amedeo Modigliani, New York, 1968
Diehl, Modigliani, Ed. Flamarion, Paris, 1969, p. 83
Lanthemann, Modigliani, catalogue raisonné: sa vie, son oeuvre, son art, G. Condal, Barcelona, 1970 - nº 296 - titled The Zouave - dated 1918
Ceroni & Piccioni, Il dipinti di Modigliani, Rizzoli, Milano, 1970 - nº 263 - titled The Zouave - dated 1918
Ceroni & Cachin, Tout l'oeuvre peint de Modigliani, Paris, 1972 - nº 263 - titled The Zouave - dated 1918
Zurcher, Modigliani, Ed. F. Hazan, Paris, 1980, pl. 52
Musée de Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Modigliani exhib. cat., 1981, p. 145
Castieau-Barrielle, La vie et l'oeuvre de Amedeo Modigliani, Editions ACR, Paris, 1987, p. 172
Diehl, Modigliani, Crown Publishers, New York, 1989
Patani, Catalogo Generale, Leonardo, Milano, 1991-94 - nº 275 - titled The Zouave - dated 1918 - size 62.9 x 48.3 cm
Parisot, Catalogue Raisonee Modigliani, Graphis Arte, 1991 - nº 25/1918 - titled The Zouave - dated 1918 - size 100 x 65 cm
Decrooq-Restellini, L'Ange au visage grave, Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, 2002 - nº 93, pp. 364-365 - titled The Zouave - dated 1918-1919 - size 63 x 48 cm
Soto Caba, Modigliani, The timeless face, Libsa, Madrid, 2007


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Exhibitions -?-
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London, Paintings by Amedeo Modigliani, Alex. Reid & Lefevre Galleries, 1929
New York, Paintings by Amedeo Modigliani 1884-1920, De Hauke & Co. Inc., 1929 - nº 33
Brussels, Modigliani: Retrospective Exhibition. Palais des beaux-arts, 1933 - nº 56
Basel, Amedeo Modigliani, Kunsthalle, 1934 - nº 48
Cleveland, Modigliani - Soutine Exhibition, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1951 - nº 39
New York, Modigliani - Soutine Exhibition, The Museum of Modern Art, 1951 - nº 39
Paris, Modigliani, Musée de Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1981 - nº 66
Paris, Modigliani: l'ange au visage grave, Musée du Luxembourg, 2002 - nº 93

In process

Other

Nº 56 in D'Atri papers as The Zouave - dated 1919, painted in Paris - size 61 x 46 - Provenance Netter 1928 > Bignou 1929 > Reid & Lefevre (1929 and in 1933)

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This painting presents holes in the 4 corners

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Signature of the painting:

signature


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Detail of the ears where the drawing is clearly visible and is painted over the color (on top of the color)

ears

Curiosity:
Marc Restellini extract from a report by him will give a deeper comprehension of the private expert way of working:

marcrestellini

Translation:
The ears: When they are left exposed in female portraits (rare), they are not detailed. Even in the portraits of men, they are not the object of so much detail.

Exactly the opposite to this case, the ears are full in details, as detailed as the eyes or the hair...








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