Image Courtesy of the National Gallery Oslo
Pfannstiel Lanthemann Ceroni J. Modigliani Parisot Patani Restellini Wayne
Nº 201 Nº 255 NO YES YES NO YES? ?
Date 1918 ? (Pfannstiel dates 1916-1917)
Title Woman - Mme. Zborowska
Materials Oil on canvas
Size 55 x 38 cm ?
Signature: Signed "modigliani" top left
Actual Location Nasjonal museet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo, Norway (Inv. nº NG.M.02128)
Provenance -?-
Bernheim Jeune, Paris
Nasjonal museet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo, Norway (Inv. nº NG.M.02128)
Gift of the friends of the National Gallery 1947

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Bibliography -?-

Pfannstiel, "catalogue presume" Modigliani. L'Art et la Vie. Preface de Louis Latourrettes, Seheur, Paris, 1929, p. 33
Pfannstiel, Modigliani et son oeuvre, etude critique et catalogue raisonne, bibliotheque des arts, Paris, 1956 - nº 201 - Title Jeune fille - dated end of 1916 - 1917
Lanthemann, Modigliani, catalogue raisonné: sa vie, son oeuvre, son art, G. Condal, Barcelona, 1970 - nº 255 - Title Portrait de jeune femme (la Zborowska) - dated 1918
Parisot, Modigliani, Graphis Arte, 1988, p. 176
Parisot, Catalogue Raisonee Modigliani, Graphis Arte, 1991 - nº 29/1918 - Title Portrait de Madame Zborowska - dated 1918
Shone, The Janice H. Levin Collection of French art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale Univ. press, 2002, p. 139, pl. 67
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Exhibitions -?-
Roma, Modigliani, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, 1959 - nº 28
Tokyo, Modigliani, Grand Magazin Seibu, 1968 - nº 51
Kyoto,Modigliani, National Museum of Art , 1968 - nº 51
Liege, Modigliani exhibition. Musée Saint Georges, 1980 - nº 16
Barcelona, Modigliani, Centro Cultural de la Caixa de pensiones,Curated by Christian Parisot, 1983 - nº 30
Madrid, Modigliani, Sala de exposiciones la caja de pensiones, Curated by Christian Parisot, 1983 - nº 30

In process

Not in D'Atri papers


Signature of the painting:



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


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


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 ear is full in details, as detailed as the eyes or the hair...


The painting framed in Oslo Museum:

The painting framed in Oslo Museum

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