Portrait d' homme, Le typographe , pedro Le typographe.


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GENERAL DATA:


TITLES GIVEN:

  1. Le typographe
  2. pedro Le typographe
  3. portrait d'homme
DATED:
August, 1909.
 
SIZE:
21 5/8 x 18¼ in.
54.9 x 46.3 cm.

Ceroni by mistake is: 55 x 46 cm
 
MEDIUM:
Oil on canvas.
 
SIGNED:
signed 'Modigliani' (upper right)  .
 
MARKS OR INSCRIPTIONS:
-.
 
ACTUAL LOCATION:
PRIVATE COLLECTION ?

 


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BIBLIOGRAPHY & EXHIBITION HISTORY:



Literature
  1. A. Ceroni, Amedeo Modigliani dessins et sculptures avec suite du catalogue illustré des peintures, Milan, 1965, p. 40, no. 159 (illustrated).
  2. A. Ceroni and L. Piccioni, I dipinti di Modigliani, Milan, 1970, p. 89, no. 17 (illustrated, p. 88).
  3. J. Lanthemann, Modigliani 1884-1920, catalogue raisonné: Sa vie, son oeuvre complet, son art, Barcelona, 1970, p. 109, no. 30 (illustrated, p. 167; titled Portrait d'homme).
  4. D. Hall, Modigliani, Edinburgh, 1979, p. 1.
  5. D. Hall, Modigliani, Oxford, 1984, no. 2.
  6. O. Patani, Amedeo Modigliani, catalogo generale: Dipinti, Milan, 1991, p. 55, no. 23 (illustrated).
  7. C. Parisot, Modigliani, catalogue raisonné: Peintures, dessins, aquarelles, Livorno, 1991, vol. II, p. 266, no.5/1909 (illustrated, p. 36).

Exhibited
  1. Paris, Galerie Charpentier, Cent tableaux de Modigliani, April-May 1958, p. 27, no. 4 (illustrated in color).
  2. Marseille, Musée Cantini, Modigliani, June-July 1958, no. 15.
  3. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts and Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Modigliani: Paintings and Drawings, January-April 1961, p. 30, no. 1 (illustrated in color).
  4. Orono, University of Maine, The Freddy and Regina T. Homburger Collection, July-August 1962, no. 16.
  5. Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Academy and London, Tate Gallery, Modigliani, September-November 1963, no. 3.
  6. Northampton, Massachusetts, Smith College Museum of Art, The Freddy and Regina T. Homburger Collection, September-October 1964, no. 14.
  7. Cambridge, Massachusetts, Fogg Art Museum, Selections from the Collection of Freddy and Regina T. Homburger, April, 1971, no. 26 (illustrated).
  8. New York, Acquavella Galleries, Inc., Amedeo Modigliani, October-November 1971, no. 1.
  9. Augusta, Maine State Museum, Freddy and Regina T. Homburger Art Collection, no. 26 (illustrated).
  10. Sarasota, Florida, Ringling Museum of Art; Melbourne, Florida, Brevard Museum of Art & Science; and Daytona Beach, The Museum of Arts and Sciences, A Collector's World: Art of Four Continents, October 1978-December 1979, no. 6 (illustrated on the cover).
  11. Paris, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Amedeo Modigliani, March-June 1981, no. 4 (illustrated in color).
  12. Maine, Portland Museum of Art, November 1991-June 2002 (on extended loan). 

 


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PROVENANCE & SALES:



Leopold Zborowski, Paris.
Galerie Barreiro, Paris.
Edouard Herriot (1942).
Mrs. Regina Thürlimann, Zurich.
By descent from the above to the late owners, 1957.
sold at:

Christie's, New York (6 Nov, 2002)

Sale 1147 - Lot 13
Estimate: $ 500,000 - $ 700,000
sold for: $ 471,500 usd

Property formerly from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Freddy and Regina T. Homburger

lot notes:

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private collection ?

 


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