Lucy McKenzie

Tate Liverpool (Liverpool, UK) from 18 Oct 2021 until 27 Mar 2022.

Lucy McKenzie (Brussels, Belgium)
(born 1977, born: Glasgow)

Lucy McKenzie (Brussels, Belgium), If It Moves, Kiss It II, 2002

X82695
If It Moves, Kiss It II

2002
painting
Acrylic paint on canvas
object: 1850 × 3170 mm
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Donation Thomas Borgmann
Provenance:
Thomas Borgmann, Berlin, 2016
Donated to Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Nationality of artist: Scottish

Exhibitions:


Jump into the future: Art from the 90's and 2000's. The Borgmann Donation, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 25 November 2017 - 15 April 2018


Lucy McKenzie: Prime Suspect, Museum Brandhorst, Munich, 10 September 2020 - 6 June 2021

This work was made after the operative period 1933-45.

Lucy McKenzie (Brussels, Belgium), Quodlibet XXVI (Self-portrait), 2013

X82696
Quodlibet XXVI (Self-portrait)

2013
painting
Oil paint on canvas
object: 900 × 600 mm
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Provenance:
Cabinet Gallery, London, 2013
Acquired by Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Nationality of the artist: Scottish

Exhibitions:

Lucy McKenzie - something they have to live with, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 6 April - 21 September 2013

Lucy McKenzie: Prime Suspect, Museum Brandhorst, Munich, 10 September 2020 - 6 June 2021

This work was made after the operative period 1933-45.

Lucy McKenzie (Brussels, Belgium), Maid's Bed, 2015

X82705
Maid's Bed

2015
installation
Screenprint on fabric on cloth on fibre, steel, oil paint on canvas
object: 420 × 1960 × 960 mm
Udo and Anette Brandhorst Collection
Provenance:
The artist
Acquired from Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Köln/New York 2021 (LMK/I 2015/25)
Museum Brandhorst, Munich

Nationality of artist: Scottish

This work was made after the operative period of 1933-1945

Lucy McKenzie (Brussels, Belgium), Violet Breche Desk, 2015

X82707
Violet Breche Desk

2015
installation
Mixed media
unconfirmed: 2400 × 1900 × 1600 mm
Courtesy the artist and Galerie Buchholz, Berlin / Cologne / New York
Provenance:
The artist
Acquired from Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Köln/New York 2021 (LMK/I 2015/14)
Museum Brandhorst, Munich

Nationality of artist: Scottish

This work was made after the operative period of 1933-1945

Lucy McKenzie (Brussels, Belgium), Rebecca, 2019

X82671
Rebecca

2019
painting
Oil paint on wood
object: 2061 × 1083 mm
Udo und Anette Brandhorst Sammlung
Provenance:
The artist
Acquired from Cabinet Gallery Ltd., London 2020
Museum Brandhorst, Munich

Nationality of artist: Scottish

This work was made after the operative period of 1933-1945

Surrealism Beyond Borders

Tate Modern (London, UK) from 25 Feb 2022 until 29 Aug 2022.

Le Surréalisme au service de la révolution, no. 4, December 1931

X82526
Le Surréalisme au service de la révolution, no. 4

December 1931
on paper, print
Ink on paper
image: 292 × 406 mm
Collection of Timothy Baum, New York
Provenance:

Provenance:
Acquired from Librarie B. Loliée, Paris, late 1990s

Nationality of artist:
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: France
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was mass-produced before the operative period 1933–45. Its provenance during these years is not fully documented, however consultation with the relevant sources and experts gives no evidence of wrongful taking.

André Breton
(1896-1966, born: Normandy, died: Paris)
Max Morise
(1900 - 1973)
Pierre Naville
(1903 - 1993)
Yves Tanguy
(1900-1955, born: Paris, died: Woodbury)
Jacques Prévert
(1900 - 1977)

André Breton, Max Morise, Pierre Naville, Yves Tanguy and Jacques Prévert, Cadavre Exquis: Figure, 1928

X77716
Cadavre Exquis: Figure

1928
on paper, unique
Composite collage of cut-and-pasted printed paper and pencil on paper
image: 289 x 229 mm
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Van Gogh Purchase Fund, 1937
Provenance:

Provenance:
Max Ernst; The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased from the above, 1937

Nationality of artist:
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: Paris
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced before the operative period 1933–45. Its provenance during these years is fully documented.

Jorge Cáceres
(1923 - 1949)

Jorge Cáceres, El Tratado del Fuego, 1937–1938

X81413
El Tratado del Fuego

1937–1938
on paper, unique
Photocollage on black paper
image: 240 x 190 mm
The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist (1923-1949);
Enrique Gomez Correa (1915-1995);
Purchased by the Getty Research Institute in 1995

Nationality of artist: Chilean
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: Santiago de Chile
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced before the operative period 1933–45. Its provenance during these years is fully documented.

Agustin Cárdenas
(1927-2001)

Agustin Cárdenas, Jucambe, 1958

X80956
Jucambe

1958
sculpture
Wood, paint and metal
object: 1140 x 340 x 300 mm
Private Collection c/o Di Donna Galleries, New York
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;

from whom acquired by Vera and Arturo Schwarz, Milan, 1960;
Vera and Arturo Schwarz gift to Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1998;
by whom sold Christie's Paris, June 8, 2018, lot (134)
where acquired by the present owner



Nationality of artist: Cuban
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: France
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Artur Cruzeiro Seixas
(born 1920)

Artur Cruzeiro Seixas, O seu olhar ja´ na~o se dirige para terra, mas tem os pe´s assentes nela, (His Gaze is no Longer Directed to the Earth), 1953

X79480
O seu olhar ja´ na~o se dirige para terra, mas tem os pe´s assentes nela, (His Gaze is no Longer Directed to the Earth)

1953
sculpture
African forest buffalo's hoof, paper collage, gouache, wood and turtle bone
object: 260 x 190 x 190 mm
Fundação Cupertino de Miranda, VN Famalicão
Provenance:

Provenance:
Donated by the artist to the Fundação Cupertino de Miranda, 27 September 1999.

Nationality of artist: Portuguese
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Luanda, Angola
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Giorgio de Chirico
(1888-1978, born: Volos, died: Rome, active: Paris, Ferrara, Rome, Milan, New York)

Giorgio de Chirico, The Dream of Tobias, 1917

X79775
The Dream of Tobias

[Le rêve de Tobie] 1917
painting
Oil on canvas
object: 590 × 490 mm frame: 710 × 610 × 51 mm
The Bluff Collection
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist;
Paul Guillaume, Paris by 1922;
Paul Eluard, Paris by 1924;
Thierry Gautier Vignal, Paris;
Edward James, Chichester and London (acquired by 1963);
Edward James Foundation, West Dean (acquired from the above by 1980);
Galleria Galatea, Turin;
Private Collection, London (1987);
Private Collection, Switzerland
Massimo Martino Fine Arts, Mendrisio, Switzerland;
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2007

Nationality of artist: Italian (born Greece)
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: Ferrara, Italy
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced before the operative period 1933–45. Its provenance during these years is fully documented.

Inji Efflatoun
(1924-1989)

Inji Efflatoun, Girl and Monster, 1942

X81703
Girl and Monster

[Jeune fille et monstre] 1942
painting
Oil paint on canvas
image: 853 × 1352 mm
Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar MAT.2013.16.27
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist;
by descent to Hassan Galal El Din;
Safarkhan Collection, Cairo;
purchased from above by the present owner, 2013

Nationality of artist: Egyptian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Cairo, Egypt
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work has a complete provenance for the operative period 1933-45.

Kamel El Telmisany
(1915-1972)

Kamel El Telmisany, Blessure (Wound), 1940

X79470
Blessure (Wound)

1940
on paper, unique
Gouache, charcoal and wax on paper
object: 750 x 500 mm
El Telmissany Family, Cairo-Egypt
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
gift from the artist to his brother Hassan El Telmissany (1965);
gift from Hassan El Telmissany to his son Tarek El Telmissany (1984)



Nationality of artist: Egyptian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Cairo, Egypt
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work has a complete provenance for the operative period 1933-45.

Abdul Kader El-Janabi
(born 1944)

Abdul Kader El-Janabi, Visa Without a Planet, circa 1983-1990

X80950
Visa Without a Planet

circa 1983-1990
on paper, unique
Pencil, ink, and collage on Iraqi passport with artist box
object: 150 × 100 mm
Abdul Kader El Janabi
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist

Nationality of artist: Iraqi, French
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: France
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Max Ernst
(1891-1976, born: Brühl, died: Paris, active: Sedona, Chinon, New York, Cologne, Paris, Bonn)

Max Ernst, Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale, 1924

X77715
Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale

[Deux Enfants sont menacés par un rossignol] 1924
painting
Oil with painted wood elements and cut-and-pasted printed paper on wood with wood frame
object: 698 x 571 x 114 mm
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchase, 1937
Provenance:



Provenance:
The artist;
purchased from the artist by Paul Eluard, Paris;
from whom purchased by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1937

Nationality of artist: French, American (born German)
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: Paris
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced before the operative period 1933–45. Its provenance during these years is fully documented.

Eugenio Granell
(1912 - 2001)

Eugenio Granell, Los blasones màgicos del vuelo tropical, 1947

X79508
Los blasones màgicos del vuelo tropical

1947
painting
Oil on linen
object: 640 × 730 mm frame: 665 × 750 × 400 mm
Colección Fundación Eugenio Granell, Santiago de Compostela
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
by whom bequeathed to the Fundación Eugenio Granell, 1995

Nationality of artist: Spanish
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Guatemala
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Eugenio Granell, The Pi Bird's Night Flight, 1952

X79509
The Pi Bird's Night Flight

[El vuelo nocturno del Pájaro Pí] 1952
painting
Tempera on cardboard
object: 1095 × 1220 mm frame: 1120 × 1240 × 350 mm
Colección Fundación Eugenio Granell, Santiago de Compostela
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
by whom bequeathed to the Fundación Eugenio Granell, 1995

Nationality of artist: Spanish
Identifying marks: signed and dated
Place of manufacture: Puerto Rico
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Eugenio Granell
(1912 - 2001)
Jean Jacques Jack Dauben
Franklin Rosemont
(1943 - 2009)

Eugenio Granell, Jean Jacques Jack Dauben and Franklin Rosemont, Cadavre Exquis, 1976

X79492
Cadavre Exquis

1976
on paper, unique
Ink on paper
object: 430 × 355 mm frame: 783 × 705 × 400 mm
Colección Fundación Eugenio Granell, Santiago de Compostela
Provenance:

Provenance:
Eugenio Granell (1912-2001);
by whom bequeathed to the Fundación Eugenio Granell

Nationality of artist: Spanish
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: USA
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Georges Henein
(1914 - 1973)
Albert Cossery
(1913 - 2008)
Ramses Younan
(1913-1966, born: Al Minya, died: Al-Qahirah)

Georges Henein, Albert Cossery and Ramses Younan, Long Live Degenerate Art, 22 December 1938

X82316
Long Live Degenerate Art

[Vive l'Art Dégénéré] 22 December 1938
on paper, print
Folded sheet, black and white illustration
object: 248 × 349 mm
The Art Institute of Chicago, Mary Reynolds Collection, Ryerson & Burnham Libraries, Art Institute of Chicago Obj: 259902
Provenance:

Provenance:
Anne Bedouin;
Adam Davis at Division Leap, 2013
Purchased by The Art Institute of Chicago, 2014

Nationality of artist:
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: Cairo
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was mass-produced during the operative period 1933 - 45. Its provenance during these years is not fully documented, however consultation with the relevant sources gives no evidence of wrongful taking.

Tatsuo Ikeda
(born 1928)

Tatsuo Ikeda, Birds and Beasts Chronicle, an Extra Edition: Mask Bird, 1958

X79876
Birds and Beasts Chronicle, an Extra Edition: Mask Bird

[Kinjuu-ki bangai: Masuku dori] 1958
on paper, unique
Pen, conté and watercolor on paper
object: 385 × 260 × 2 mm, 5 kg frame: 537 × 413 × 38.1 mm
Courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey, New York and Tokyo
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
Gallery 58, Tokyo;
acquired by the current owner 2014

Nationality of artist: Japanese
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: Japan
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Marcel Jean
(1900 - 1993)

Marcel Jean, Armoire Surréaliste, 1941

X79697
Armoire Surréaliste

1941
sculpture
Oil paint on wood panel
object: 1805 × 2110 × 30 mm mount: 1845 × 2150 × 545 mm
Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Provenance:

Provenance:
Collection of the artist (d. 1993);
artist’s bequest to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, 1994 (994.23.1)

Nationality of artist: French
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Budapest
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work has a complete provenance for the operative period 1933-45.

Ted Joans
(1928 - 2003)

Ted Joans, Bird Lives!, 1958

X79670
Bird Lives!

1958
painting
Oil on canvas mounted on hardboard
object: 635 × 533 × 38 mm
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum purchase, Joyce I. Swader Bequest Fund and gift of J. Alec and Gail Merriam (1997.86)
Provenance:

Provenance:
Artist's estate;
Museum purchase 11 December 1997, Joyce I. Swader Bequest Fund and gift of J. Alec and Gail Merriam

Nationality of artist: American
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: France
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Jung Haechang

Jung Haechang, A Doll's Dream, 1929–1941

X79826
A Doll's Dream

1929–1941
on paper, print
Gelatin silver print
frame: 535 × 433 × 40 mm
The Museum of Photography, Seoul
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist family;
from whom acquired in 2002

Nationality of artist: South Korean
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: South Korea
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Fouad Kamel
(1919-1973)

Fouad Kamel, Untitled, 1942

X81704
Untitled

1942
painting
Oil paint on cardboard
image: 846 × 645 mm
Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar MAT.2013.16.25
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist;
by descent to the artist's family;
Safarkhan Collection, Cairo
purchased from above by the present owner, 2013

Nationality of artist: Egyptian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Cairo, Egypt
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work has a complete provenance for the operative period 1933-45.

Frederick Kiesler
(1890-1965)

Frederick Kiesler, Totem for all Religions, 1947

X79344
Totem for all Religions

1947
sculpture
Wood and rope
object: 2851 x 866 x 784 mm
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Armand P. Bartos, 1971
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
Mr. and Mrs. Armand P. Bartos;
Gift to Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1971

Nationality of artist: Austrian, American
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: Paris
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Gherasim Luca
(1913-1994)

Gherasim Luca, Le vampire passif (Paris: Les éditions de l'Oubli; Bucarest: Impr. Slova, 1945), 1945

X82912
Le vampire passif (Paris: Les éditions de l'Oubli; Bucarest: Impr. Slova, 1945)

[Vampirul pasiv] 1945
on paper, print
Book
object: 343 × 222 mm
The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
Provenance:

Provenance:
Acquired by present owner in 1991

Nationality of artist: Romanian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Bucharest
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced in multiples during the operative period 1933 - 45. Its provenance during these years is not fully documented, however consultation with the relevant sources gives no evidence of wrongful taking.

René Magritte
(1898-1967, born: Lessines, died: Schaerbeek, active: Paris)

René Magritte, Time Transfixed, 1938

X77678
Time Transfixed

[La durée poignardée] 1938
painting
Oil on canvas
image: 1470 × 987 mm
The Art Institute of Chicago, Joseph Winterbotham Collection, 1970.426
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist;
Edward James, London, until 1970.
Purchased by The Art Institute of Chicago, October 1970.

Nationality of artist: Belgian
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: Brussels
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work has a complete provenance for the operative period 1933-45.

Luis Maisonet Crespo

Luis Maisonet Crespo, Pas de Deux (Amanecer), 1953

X79707
Pas de Deux (Amanecer)

1953
painting
Oil on canvas
object: 1524 x 1829 mm
Museo de Arte de Ponce. The Luis A. Ferré Foundation, Inc.
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist;
Caribbean Art Gallery

From whom purchased by Museo de Arte de Ponce June 1960




Nationality of artist: Puerto Rican
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: USA
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

César Moro
(1903 - 1956)

César Moro, Untitled, 1927

X79997
Untitled

1927
on paper, unique
Mixed media on paper
object: 280 x 198 mm
The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist (1903-1956);
by descent to André Coyne;
Purchased from the above as part of the César Moro papers by the Getty Research Institute 1997

Nationality of artist: Peruvian
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: France
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced before the operative period 1933–45. Its provenance during these years is fully documented.

Taro Okamoto

Taro Okamoto, Fairground Stall, 1937, repainted 1949

X80907
Fairground Stall

[Boutique Foraine] 1937, repainted 1949
painting
Oil on canvas
object: 1292 x 1249 mm
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Gift of the artist, 1983
Provenance:

Provenance:
Gift of the artist to Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York 1983

Nationality of artist: Japanese
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: France, Japan
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was completed after the operative period 1933-45.

Paul Paun
(1915 - 1994)

Paul Paun, Le Nuage, 1943

X80899
Le Nuage

1943
on paper, unique
Ink on paper
image: 350 x 250 mm frame: 480 x 380 x 20 mm
Estate of Paul Paun/Paon
Provenance:

Provenance:
artist (1915-1994);
the artist's wife Reni Zaharia;
bequest to the current owner

Nationality of artist: Romanian, Israeli
Identifying marks: Signed PP43
Place of manufacture: Romania
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work has a complete provenance for the operative period 1933-45.

Pablo Picasso
(1881-1973, born: Málaga, died: Mougins)

Pablo Picasso, Composition with Glove, 1930

X79703
Composition with Glove

1930
relief
Cardboard, plaster, wood and sand
object: 275 x 355 mm
Musée national Picasso - Paris
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist;
donated to Musée Picasso by the artist's estate in lieu of tax in 1979.

Nationality of artist: Spanish
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: France
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced before the operative period 1933–45. Its provenance during these years is fully documented.

Alice Rahon
(1904 - 1987)

Alice Rahon, Ballad for Frida Kahlo, 1955–56

X79711
Ballad for Frida Kahlo

[La Balada para Frida Kahlo] 1955–56
painting
Oil on canvas
object: 1200 x 1780 mm
Acervo Museo de Arte Moderno/Secretaría de Cultura
Provenance:

Provenance:
Collection of the artist until her death (1987);
entered the collection of the Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes.

Nationality of artist: French, Mexican
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Mexico
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Judit Reigl
(1923-2020, born: Kapuvár, died: Marcoussis)

Judit Reigl, Untitled, 1954

X80261
Untitled

1954
on paper, unique
Ink on paper
object: 222 x 280 mm
Lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of Maurice Goreli, 2015 (2015.486.6)
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist;
acquired by Maurice Goreli, Paris and Versailles (1954–2015)
Gift of Maurice Goreli to MMA, 2015

Nationality of artist: French (born Hungary)
Identifying marks: Signed and dated (bottom centre): Reigl 954
Place of manufacture: France
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Françoise Sullivan
(born 1923)

Françoise Sullivan, Danse dans la Neige, 1948, printed 1977

X79689
Danse dans la Neige

1948, printed 1977
on paper, print
Offset print (photographs: Maurice Perron) From the album Danse dans la neige published in Montreal, 50 copies: S.l. Images Ouareau (1977).
object: 399 × 388 mm
Collection of the artist
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist

Nationality of artist: Canadian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Montreal
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Françoise Sullivan, Danse dans la neige, 1948, printed 1977

X82345
Danse dans la neige

1948, printed 1977
on paper, print
Offset print (photographs: Maurice Perron) from the album Danse dans la neige published in Montreal, 50 copies: S.l. Images Ouareau (1977)
image: 399 × 388 mm
Collection of the artist
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist

Nationality of artist: Canadian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Montreal
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Françoise Sullivan, Danse dans la neige, 1948, printed 1977

X82346
Danse dans la neige

1948, printed 1977
on paper, print
Offset print (photographs: Maurice Perron), 39.9 x 38.8 cm (each), from the album Danse dans la neige published in Montreal, 50 copies: S.l. Images Ouareau (1977).
image: 399 × 388 mm
Collection of the artist
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist

Nationality of artist: Canadian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Montreal
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Françoise Sullivan, Danse dans la neige, 1948, printed 1977

X82347
Danse dans la neige

1948, printed 1977
on paper, print
Offset print (photographs: Maurice Perron), 39.9 x 38.8 cm (each), from the album Danse dans la neige published in Montreal, 50 copies: S.l. Images Ouareau (1977).
image: 399 × 388 mm
Collection of the artist
Provenance:

Provenance:
The artist

Nationality of artist: Canadian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Montreal
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Remedios Varo
(1908 - 1963)

Remedios Varo, The Flight, 1961

X79712
The Flight

1961
painting
Oil on canvas
object: 1230 x 1000 mm
Acervo Museo de Arte Moderno.INBAL/Secretaría de Cultura
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
exhibited Galeria Juan Martin, Mexico City, 1962;
where acquired by Phillippe Chancellory, 1962;
Private Collection, 1971;
Anonymous gift to the Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico.

Nationality of artist: Spanish
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Mexico
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Remedios Varo, To the Tower, 1961

X79746
To the Tower

1961
painting
Oil on canvas
object: 1230 x 980 mm
Private Collection, Mexico City
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
Galería Juan Martín, Mexico City;
Private Collection, Mexico City;
by whom sold Christie's New York, Latin American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, Tuesday, May 1, 1990 [Lot 00023];
Lorenzo H. Zambrano;
by whom sold Sotheby's New York, A Vision of Grandeur, Masterworks from the Collection of Lorenzo H. Zambrano, November 24, 2014 [Lot 00026]; where acquired by the current owner

Nationality of artist: Spanish
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Mexico
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Nikola Vuco
(1902 - 1993)

Nikola Vuco, The Arrested Flight of Surreality, 1929

X80898
The Arrested Flight of Surreality

[Zadržano bekstvo nadstvarnosti] 1929
on paper, print
Gelatin silver print
object: 145 × 95 mm frame: 248 × 204 mm
Museum of Applied Art, Belgrade
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
Collection of Jelena Jovanovic, the artist's niece;
gift of Mrs. Jovanovic to the Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2005.

Nationality of artist: Serbian
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Belgrade
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced before the operative period 1933–45. Its provenance during these years is fully documented.

Ramses Younan
(1913-1966, born: Al Minya, died: Al-Qahirah)

Ramses Younan, La Part du sable, no. 1, 1947

X82913
La Part du sable, no. 1

1947
on paper, print
Journal
object: 244 × 171 mm
The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
Provenance:

Provenance:
Enrique Gómez-Correa (probably from 1947);
Acquired by present owner with the Enrique Gómez-Correa papers in 1997.
Nationality of artist: multiple
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Cairo
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Cossette Zeno
(born 1930)

Cossette Zeno, No Use to Talk about the Little Wig . . ., 1952

X80838
No Use to Talk about the Little Wig . . .

[Ni hablar del peluquín] 1952
painting
Oil on canvas board
object: 406 x 305 mm
Collection of Jorge Orlando Delgado Vigier
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist;
Eugenio Fernandez Mendez (b.1924);
Jose Correa Vigier;
Carmen Correa;
acquired by the current owner 2015

Nationality of artist: Puerto Rican, born Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Identifying marks:
Place of manufacture: USA
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work was produced after the operative period 1933 - 45.

Ladislav Zívr
(1909 - 1980)

Ladislav Zívr, Incognito Heart, 1936

X79359
Incognito Heart

1936
sculpture
Leather, textile, wood, wire, mesh-work, metal, and cellophane
object: 610 × 260 × 260 mm
National Gallery in Prague
Provenance:

Provenance:
the artist (b.1909, d.1980);
Purchased from the artist by the Národní galerie Praha, 1980

Nationality of artist: Czech
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Prague
Catalogue Raisonné:

This work has a complete provenance for the operative period 1933-45.

Hogarth and Europe

Tate Britain (London, UK) from 03 Nov 2021 until 20 Mar 2022.

Jacques Autreau
(1657 - 1745)

Jacques Autreau, The Wine Drinkers, or The poet Piron (1689-1773) at table with his friends Vadé and Collé, 1747

X81305
The Wine Drinkers, or The poet Piron (1689-1773) at table with his friends Vadé and Collé

[Les Buveurs de vin. Ou: La poète Piron (1689-1773) à table avec ses amis Vadé et Collé] 1747
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 545 × 665 mm frame: 725 × 850 mm
Paris, Musée du Louvre, Department of Paintings
Provenance:
Donation from Ernest-May subject to usufruct, 1923, entered the Louvre in 1926.

Nationality of artist: French

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Paris, France

Jean-Siméon Chardin
(1699 - 1779)

Jean-Siméon Chardin, The White Tablecloth, 1731/1732

X79526
The White Tablecloth

1731/1732
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 968 × 1235 mm frame: 1267 × 1543 × 139 mm
The Art Institute of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larned Coburn Memorial Collection, 1944.699
Provenance:
Probably Alexandre Gabriel Descamps, Paris; sold Hôtel des Ventes Mobilières, Paris 21 April 1853, no. 28 as Nature morte for Fr 600. Sold Hôtel des Commissaires-Priseurs, Paris, 20-21 December 1858, no. 40. Laurent Laperlier, Paris, by 1860, to at least 1865 [see Bürger 1860, Lejeune 1864, and Blanc 1865]. Léon Michel-Lévy, Paris by 1907; sold, Galerie Georges Petit, 17-18 June 1925, no. 125, to Wildenstein for Fr 202,000 [see Ricci, 1925]. David David-Weill, Paris by 1926 [see Henriot 1926 cat. of David-Weill collection]; David-Weill collection on deposit at Wildenstein & Co., New York, by January 1938 [Joseph Baillio letter to Susan Wise, 11 December 1987]; acquired by the Art Institute from David-Weill through the agency of Wildenstein & Co., 19 November 1944.

Nationality of artist: French

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Paris, France

Giuseppe Maria Crespi
(1665 - 1747)

Giuseppe Maria Crespi, The Flea, 1707–1709

X78699
The Flea

[La pulce] 1707–1709
painting
Oil paint on copper
support: 463 × 340 mm frame: 540 × 425 × 60 mm
Gallerie degli Uffizi
Provenance:
Medici family collection since the 18th century; enterred the Uffizi in 1871 from the Pitti Palace

Nationality of artist: Italian

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Bologna, Italy

Giuseppe Maria Crespi, Courtyard Scene, circa 1710-15

X78697
Courtyard Scene

circa 1710-15
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 760 × 900 mm frame: 1075 × 1215 × 80 mm
Pinacoteca Nazionale di Bologna
Provenance:

Acquired by the Pinacoteca in 1917 from painter Tiziano Pagan de Paganis (Verona, 1858 - Bologna, 1932)




Nationality of artist: Italian




Identifying marks: none




Place of manufacture: Bologna, Italy

Georg Desmarées
(1697 - 1776)

Georg Desmarées, The Artist with his Daughter Antonia, 1760

X78256
The Artist with his Daughter Antonia

[Der Künstler und seiner Tochter] 1760
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 1590 × 1180 mm frame: 1980 × 1580 × 12 mm
Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen München - Alte Pinakothek
Provenance:
Kurfürstliche Galerie, Munich. Acquired c.1806

Nationality of artist: Swedish-German

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Munich, Germany

Hubert François Gravelot
(1699-1773, born: Paris, died: Paris, active: London)

Hubert François Gravelot, A Game of Quadrille, circa 1740

X81324
A Game of Quadrille

circa 1740
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 635 × 762 mm frame: 813 × 933 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund, in honor of Brian Allen, Director of Studies, Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art (1993-2012)
Provenance:
Created by Hubert-Francois Gravelot [1699-1773], the artist, circa 1740; ...; purchased by Philip Mould & Co. from Bonhams, London, 6 July 2005 (no.59 as "An elegant company playing cards in an interior Attributed to Joseph Frans Nollekens"); with Pelham Galleries Ltd, London and Paris; with Lowell Libson, Ltd; Purchased by the Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund, 2011

Nationality of artist: French

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

There are gaps in the provenance of this painting in the operative period 1933-45 but no grounds for unlawful taking have been found

John Greenwood
(1727 - 1792)

John Greenwood, Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam, circa 1752–1758

X79444
Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam

circa 1752–1758
painting
Oil paint on bed ticking
support: 959 x 1905 mm frame: 1086 x 2035 x 78 mm
Saint Louis Art Museum, Museum Purchase
Provenance:
Jenckes Family Collection, Rhode Island, USA; c.1819 - 1948 Mary Joanna Rhodes Wild (b.1799) and Dr. Charles Wild, North Providence, Rhode Island; Brookline, Rhode Island, by inheritance; Arthur Cushing (1876-1945), Providence, Rhode Island, by inheritance; the Estate of Arthur Cushing, Andover, Massachusetts; Boston, Massachusetts; 1948 - Saint Louis Art Museum, purchased from Richard Morrison, Boston, Massachusetts, representing the Estate of Arthur Cushing

Nationality of the artist: American / British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Suriname

William Hogarth
(1697-1764, born: London, died: London)

William Hogarth, Before, 1730–1731

X14781
Before

1730–1731
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 400 x 337 mm frame: 502 x 445 x 38 mm
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 78.PA.204
Provenance:
by 1785-1801 with Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd Earl of Bessborough; sold, Bessborough Sale, Christie's, London, February 7, 1801, lot 67; 1801, with Charles Howard, 11th Duke of Norfolk; by 1833 with Henry Ralph Willett; by 1919 with Francis George Seymour Holbrooke; January 1930, sold to Leicester Galleries, Ernest Brown & Phillips; January 1936, sold to Thorsten Laurin, Stockholm, Sweden; still with Thorsten Laurin, Stockholm, Sweden in 1949; by 1959 with Private Collection; sold, Sotheby's, London, July 15, 1959, lot 132, through Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd. to J. Paul Getty; 1959-76 with J. Paul Getty, upon his death held in trust by the estate; 1976-8, Estate of J. Paul Getty; distributed to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1978.

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Catalogue Raisonné: Einberg, E., 'William Hogarth: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings', Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2016, no.41

William Hogarth, After, 1730–1731

X14782
After

1730–1731
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 394 x 337 mm frame: 502 x 445 x 38 mm
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 78.PA.205
Provenance:
by 1785-1801 with Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd Earl of Bessborough; sold, Bessborough Sale, Christie's, London, February 7, 1801, lot 67; 1801, with Charles Howard, 11th Duke of Norfolk; by 1833 with Henry Ralph Willett; by 1919 with Francis George Seymour Holbrooke; January 1930, sold to Leicester Galleries, Ernest Brown & Phillips; January 1936, sold to Thorsten Laurin, Stockholm, Sweden; still with Thorsten Laurin, Stockholm, Sweden in 1949; by 1959 with Private Collection; sold, Sotheby's, London, July 15, 1959, lot 132, through Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd. to J. Paul Getty; 1959-76 with J. Paul Getty, upon his death held in trust by the estate; 1976-8, Estate of J. Paul Getty; distributed to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1978.

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Catalogue Raisonné: Einberg, E., 'William Hogarth: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings', Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2016, no.42

William Hogarth, Southwark Fair, 1733

X81317
Southwark Fair

1733
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 1207 × 1511 mm frame: 1413 × 1734 × 86 mm
Cincinnati Art Museum, The Edwin and Virginia Irwin Memorial, 1983.138
Provenance:
With Mary Edwards (1705-1743) by 1742; with D. Cameron, 1796-7; with T. Johnes, 1807; with 4th Dule of Newcastle and Earl of Lincoln, Henry Pelham (1785-1851) before 1833; by descent to 7th Duke of Newcastle and Earl of Lincoln, Henry Pelham Archibald Douglas (1864-1928); bequeathed to the Earl of Lincoln (presumably Henry Francis Hope (1866-1941), later 8th Duke of Newcastle) by 1937; with Sir Harry and Lady Eunice Oakes, 1st Baronet of Nassau, Bahamas, at least to 1972; with ?Cleo Sobretela (perhaps the seller at Christie's, London, 22 June, 1973, sold to Paterson-Smyth, by 1973); with Paterson-Smyth by 1973; sale at Christie's, New York, 19 January 1982, unsold, bought in; later acquired by three dealers: Noortman and Brod, New York and London, Richard Feigan & Co., New York, and Colnaghi, London; July, 1983, sold from the dealers to Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Catalogue raisonné: Einberg, E., 'William Hogarth: A Complete of the Paintings', Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2016, no.67

William Hogarth, Mary Hogarth, circa 1740

X81320
Mary Hogarth

circa 1740
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 467 × 416 mm frame: 654 × 603 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
Provenance:
Created by William Hogarth [1697-1764], the artist, circa 1740; by descent? Jane Thornhill Hogarth [ca. 1709-1789], the artist’s wife; purchased by Mr Rann or Rhann [1], Castle Street, Long Acre [a], for £2 at “A catalogue of the pictures and prints ; the property of the late Mrs. Hogarth, decd.” sale, Mr. Greenwood’s, April 23, 1790 (41, “Two portraits of Ann and Mary Hogarth”); purchased by Thomas Gwennap [ca. 1774-1850] of Marylebone at “Books; prints and portraits.” sale, Mr. Stewart’s, December 30, 1813-January 1, 1814 (68, “Three Portraits, Mary and Anne Hogarth, &c.”); offered Christie’s, April 24, 1819 (15 or 16), not sold; purchased John Bowyer Nichols [1779-1863], of The Chancellor’s, Hammersmith, Christie’s, April 5, 1821 (24, “Two Portraits of Mary and Anne, Sisters of the Artist”) 2 gns; by descent to Robert Cradock Nichols [1824-1892], his son; by descent to his widow, Emily Mary Kinsey [1844-1907] [2]; by inheritance to Henry Faure-Walker, Highley Manor, 1893; with Thomas Agnew & Son, October 1946; purchased by Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio; de-accessioned and purchased by Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, New York at Christie’s, London, June 14, 2001 (24); purchased by the Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund, 2001

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Catalogue raisonné: Einberg, E., 'William Hogarth: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings', Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2016, no.95

William Hogarth, Anne Hogarth, circa 1740

X81321
Anne Hogarth

circa 1740
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 467 × 416 mm frame: 654 × 603 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
Provenance:
Created by William Hogarth [1697-1764], the artist, circa 1740; by descent? Jane Thornhill Hogarth [ca. 1709-1789], the artist’s wife; purchased by Mr Rann or Rhann [1], Castle Street, Long Acre [a], for £2 at “A catalogue of the pictures and prints ; the property of the late Mrs. Hogarth, decd.” sale, Mr. Greenwood’s, April 23, 1790 (41, “Two portraits of Ann and Mary Hogarth”); purchased by Thomas Gwennap [ca. 1774-1850] of Marylebone at “Books; prints and portraits.” sale, Mr. Stewart’s, December 30, 1813-January 1, 1814 (68, “Three Portraits, Mary and Anne Hogarth, &c.”); offered Christie’s, April 24, 1819 (15 or 16), not sold; purchased John Bowyer Nichols [1779-1863], of The Chancellor’s, Hammersmith, Christie’s, April 5, 1821 (24, “Two Portraits of Mary and Anne, Sisters of the Artist”) 2 gns; by descent to Robert Cradock Nichols [1824-1892], his son; by descent to his widow, Emily Mary Kinsey [1844-1907] [2]; by inheritance to Henry Faure-Walker, Highley Manor, 1893; with Thomas Agnew & Son, October 1946; purchased by Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio; de-accessioned and purchased by Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, New York at Christie’s, London, June 14, 2001 (24); purchased by the Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund, 2001

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Catalogue raisonné: Einberg, E., 'William Hogarth: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings', Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2016, no.96

William Hogarth, Miss Mary Edwards, 1742

X79443
Miss Mary Edwards

1742
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 1264 x 1013 mm frame: 1481 x 1219 x 68 mm
The Frick Collection, New York. Henry Clay Frick Bequest
Provenance:
By family descent to W.F.N. Noel; with Knoedler Gallery, New York; from whom acquired by Henry Clay Frick, 1914

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Catalogue Raisonné: Einberg, E., 'William Hogarth: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings', Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2016, no.162

William Hogarth, The Lady's Last Stake, 1759

X14783
The Lady's Last Stake

1759
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 914.4 x 1054.1 mm frame: 1193.8 x 1339.9 x 69.9 mm
Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. Gift of Seymour H. Knox, Jr., 1945
Provenance:
Painted for the First Earl of Charlemont, James Caulfield (1728-1799), in 1759; Remained in the family of Lord Carlemont, until 1874; Sold to Vokins at auction, London, lot 57, May 2, 1874; Collection of Louis Huth, by 1881; Agnew & Sons, London, 1889; Collection of J. Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913), New York, from 1900; M. Knoedler & Col. New York; Sold to the Albright Art Gallery, May 28, 1945

Nationality of the artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Catalogue Raisonné: Einberg, E., 'William Hogarth: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings', Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2016, no.234

Nicolas Lancret
(1690 - 1743)

Nicolas Lancret, Group Portrait in a Landscape with Amorous Couple, circa 1737

X81319
Group Portrait in a Landscape with Amorous Couple

circa 1737
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 500 × 670 mm frame: 680 × 860 × 110 mm
Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois Urbaba-Champaign, Museum Purchase through the Ellnora D. Krannert Fund
Provenance:
By 1905, Comtesse d'Hautpoul (Paris); 29 June 1905, Madame Jonas, by purchase from the Hotel Douot (Paris), 29 June 1905, Comtesse d'Hautpoul sale, lot 44; 1906 Duveen Brothers (London). By 1929-30 to 1936, Galerie Cailleux (Paris). 16 March 1967, Palais Galliera (Paris), Timary de Binckum sale, March 16, 1967, lot 28. 1967, Newhouse Galleries (New York). 1967, Karnnert Art Museum, University of Illinois (Champaign, IL), by purchase from Newhouse Galleries (New York) with Ellnora D. Krannert Fund

Nationality of artist: French

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Paris, France

There are gaps in the provenance for this painting in the operative period 1933-45 but no grounds for unlawful taking have been found

Nicolas Lancret, The Gascon punished (La Fontaine, Contes), circa 1738

X81186
The Gascon punished (La Fontaine, Contes)

[Le Gascon puni (La Fontaine, Contes)] circa 1738
painting
Oil paint on copper
support: 280 × 360 mm frame: 500 × 590 mm
Paris, Musée du Louvre, Department of Paintings
Provenance:
Legacy of Louis La Caze 1869

Nationality of artist: French

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Paris, France

Pietro Longhi
(1701 - 1785, born: Venice, died: Venice)

Pietro Longhi, The Painter in His Studio, circa 1741–1744

X81318
The Painter in His Studio

circa 1741–1744
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 410 x 533 mm frame: 483 x 606 mm
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Purchased in part with funds realised from the sale of paintings donated by Burton Fredericksen and William Garred., 2011.20
Provenance:
by 1891, with George Augustus Frederick Cavendish-Bentinck; sold, Christie's, London, July 11, 1891, lot 571, to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd.; by 1931, with Gen. Archibald Stirling of Keir; by inheritance to his son, William Joseph Stirling of Keir, 1931; sold, Sotheby's, London, July 3, 1963, lot 42, to Edward Speelman; by 1979 with Sir Charles Clore; by 2011 with Fine Art Foundation, Switzerland; 2011, sold to Hindlip Fine Art; 2011, sold to Simon Dickinson Ltd.; 2011 purchased from Simon Dickenson Ltd. by the J. Paul Getty Museum

Nationality of artist: Italian

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Venice, Italy

Pietro Longhi, The Tooth Puller, 1746–1752

X78696
The Tooth Puller

1746–1752
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 500 × 620 mm frame: 587 × 710 × 45 mm
Pinacoteca di Brera, Milano
Provenance:

Purchased 1911



Nationailty of artist: Italian



Identufying marks: none



Place of manufacture: Venice, Italy

Pietro Longhi, The Dance, circa 1750

X83157
The Dance

circa 1750
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 616 × 495 mm frame: 743 × 591 × 64 mm
The Art Institute of Chicago, Charles H. and Mary F. S. Worcester Collection, 1932.52
Provenance:
John Wanamaker (died 1922), Philadelphia [letter from Julius Weitzner to Daniel Catton Rich, AIC, January 28, 1927; in curatorial object file]; Philadelphia Art Dealer [according to letter cited above]; sold to Julius H. Weitzner, New York [according to letter cited above]; sold to Charles H. and Mary F. S. Worcester, October 1931 [Minutes of the Committee on Painting and Sculpture, October 19, 1931 and Letter from AIC Secretary to Mrs. Worcester, confirming receipt of funds and transfer to dealer, October 23, 1931; copy in curatorial object file]; given to the Art Institute, 1932.

Nationality of artist: Italian

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Venice, Italy

Marco Ricci
(1676 - 1729)

Marco Ricci, Rehearsal of an opera, circa 1709

X81325
Rehearsal of an opera

circa 1709
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 483 x 559 mm frame: 616 x 708 x 64 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Provenance:
Created by Marco Ricci [1676-1729], the artist, circa 1709; Christopher Turnor [1], London; by 1880, Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 6th Baronet, of Wynnstay, Wales [1820-1885] [2]; by descent to Lieutenant Colonel Sir Owen Watkin Williams-Wynn, 10th Baronet, of Bodelwyddan, Wales [1904-1988] [2]; purchased by Agnew & Son for £12,000 at “Important Old Master Paintings” sale, Sotheby’s, London, June 30, 1965; purchased by Paul Mellon [1907-1999] in 1966; by whom given to the Yale Center for British Art, 1981.

Nationality of artist: Italian

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Marco Ricci, Rehearsal of an opera, circa 1709

X81326
Rehearsal of an opera

circa 1709
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 464 × 578 mm frame: 629 × 743 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Provenance:

Created by Marco Ricci [1676-1729], the artist, circa 1709; ...; the collection of the artist Sir William Rothenstein [1872-1945]; bought from the collection of the late Sir William Rothenstein by Maud Messel [1875-1960] of Nymans, West Sussex (recorded in an inventory in 1948); by descent to Oliver Messel [1904-1978] of London and Barbados; purchased by Paul Mellon [1907-1999] through P.D. Colnaghi & Co.; October 1966; by whom given to the Yale Center for British Art in 1981.




Nationality of artist: Italian




Identifying marks: none




Place of manufacture: London, England

Paul Sandby
(c.1730-1809, born: Nottingham, died: London)

Paul Sandby, London Cries: Last Dying Speech and Confession, circa 1759

X17063
London Cries: Last Dying Speech and Confession

circa 1759
on paper, unique
Watercolour over graphite on paper
support: 175 × 143 mm frame: 519 × 392 × 25 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Provenance:
Created by Paul Sandby (1731-1809), the artist, circa 1759; ...; Lord Bruce (Andrew Douglas Alexander Thomas Bruce, 11th Earl of Elgin and 15th Earl of Kincardine); purchased by P. D. Colnaghi & Co., April 27, 1965 (lot 62 1-12) at Christie, Manson & Woods, London; purchased by Paul Mellon, May 24, 1965; by whom given to the Yale Center for British Art, December 1975

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Paul Sandby, London Cries: A Tinker and His Wife, circa 1759

X81322
London Cries: A Tinker and His Wife

circa 1759
on paper, unique
Wash, graphite and watercolour on paper
support: 194 × 143 mm frame: 519 × 392 × 25 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Provenance:
Created by Paul Sandby (1731-1809), the artist, circa 1759; ...; Lord Bruce (Andrew Douglas Alexander Thomas Bruce, 11th Earl of Elgin and 15th Earl of Kincardine); purchased by P. D. Colnaghi & Co., April 27, 1965 (lot 62 1-12) at Christie, Manson & Woods, London; purchased by Paul Mellon, May 24, 1965; by whom given to the Yale Center for British Art, December 1975

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Paul Sandby, London Cries: A Girl with a Basket of Oranges, circa 1759

X81323
London Cries: A Girl with a Basket of Oranges

circa 1759
on paper, unique
Watercolour on paper
support: 188 × 171 mm frame: 519 × 392 × 25 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Provenance:
Created by Paul Sandby (1731-1809), the artist, circa 1759; ...; Lord Bruce (Andrew Douglas Alexander Thomas Bruce, 11th Earl of Elgin and 15th Earl of Kincardine); purchased by P. D. Colnaghi & Co., April 27, 1965 (lot 62 1-12) at Christie, Manson & Woods, London; purchased by Paul Mellon, May 24, 1965; by whom given to the Yale Center for British Art, December 1975

Nationality of artist: British

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England

Pierre Subleyras
(1699 - 1749)

Pierre Subleyras, The Amorous Courtesan, from a tale by Jean de la Fontaine, circa 1735

X81307
The Amorous Courtesan, from a tale by Jean de la Fontaine

[La Courtisane amoureuse d'après un conte de Jean de la Fontaine] circa 1735
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 300 × 230 mm frame: 445 × 375 mm
Paris, Musée du Louvre, Department of Paintings
Provenance:

The painting is part of a series of 4 paintings commissioned from Subleyras by the Duke of Saint-Aignan to illustrate the tale of Jean de La Fontaine, book III, tale VI.

Collection of duc de Saint-Aignan; his sale after death, 17 June 1776, n°42 (with "Frère Luce"); sale Randon de Boisset, February 27, 1777, n°182 (with a "Faucon"); sale of the cabinet of M. [Trouard, contrôleur des Bâtiments du Roi], 22 February 1779, n°23 (with a "Faucon"); coll. de M. de Saint-Julien in 1783; sale of the Comte de Vaudreuil, November 26, 1787, n°67 (with a "Faucon"); sale after death of the Marquis de Saint-Marc, 23 February 1859, n°15; coll. Jules Burat from 1860; Burat sale, April 28, 1885, No. 168; sale Léon Michel-Lévy, June 17, 1925, n°154; Galerie Paul Cailleux, Paris; coll. du comte Niel, Paris; from 1929, at the dealer Nicolaas Beets in Amsterdam; Sale Beets, Amsterdam, at Fr. Muller, 9-11 April 1940, n°343; J. de Monchy, The Netherlands; sale Monchy and Others, N.V. sold Notarishuis, (J.P.A. Koks director), catalogue 106, Rotterdam, 29-31 October 1969, n°89 (23 000 guilders to John Hoogsteder and Alex Wengraf); Hoogsteder Gallery, The Hague; trade in London (Colnaghi) in 1969. Donation of the heirs of Mr Antenor Patino (died 1982), subject to usufruct in favour of Mrs Beatrix Patino, his widow, 1985. Committee of 20 June 1985; Council of 26 June 1985; Order of 11 December 1985.

Nationality of artist: French

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: Paris, France

Unknown artist
William Hogarth
(1697-1764, born: London, died: London)

Unknown artist and William Hogarth, A Midnight Modern Conversation, circa 1732

X14778
A Midnight Modern Conversation

circa 1732
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 762 × 1638 mm frame: 972 × 1803 mm
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Provenance:
Created by an unknown artist after William Hogarth [1697-1764], circa 1732; . . .; Sir Francis Astley-Corbett 4th Baronet [1859-1939] of Elsham Hall, Lincolnshire; purchased by Arthur Tooth and Sons, 155 New Bond Street, London [1] for £262 at “Early English portraits and works by Old Masters” Christie, Manson & Woods, London, July 8, 1927 (65); Judge Samuel Seabury [1873-1958] New York; purchased from Seabury by the Beaverbrook Foundation for the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick, September 17, 1958; de-accessioned and purchased by Arthur Tooth and Sons, November 25, 1960; purchased by Paul Mellon in 1960; by whom given to the Yale Center for British Art, 1981.

Nationality of artist: British (?)

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: London, England (?)

Unknown artist, French school

Unknown artist, French school, The Hunting Lunch, 1710–1715

X78684
The Hunting Lunch

[Le Goûter de chasse] 1710–1715
painting
Oil paint on canvas
support: 2516 × 2032 mm frame: 2880 × 2352 × 120 mm
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Orléans
Provenance:
Acquired from the sale at Chateau d'Arconville, no.73, 1851

Nationality of artist: French

Identifying marks: none

Place of manufacture: France

Lubaina Himid

Tate Modern (London, UK) from 24 Nov 2021 until 03 Jul 2022.

Lubaina Himid
(born 1954, born: Zanzibar)

Lubaina Himid, Le Rodeur: The Cabin, 2017

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Le Rodeur: The Cabin

2017
painting
Acrylic on canvas
support: 1830 × 2440 mm
Museum Ludwig, Cologne / Acquisition 2017
Provenance:
Acquired directly from the artist, through Hollybush Gardens, London, 2017
Nationality of the artist: British
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Preston
Catalogue Raisonné: N/A

This work was completed after the operative period 1933 – 45

Lubaina Himid, Man in a Jumper Drawer, 2018

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Man in a Jumper Drawer

2018
sculpture
Acrylic paint, wooden drawer and brass handle
object: 440 × 370 × 120 mm
Private collection
Provenance:
Acquired directly from the artist, through Hollybush Gardens, London, 2018
Nationality of the artist: British
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Preston
Catalogue Raisonné: N/A

This work was completed after the operative period 1933 – 45

Lubaina Himid, Three Architects & Close Up - Ideas for Development, 2019

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Three Architects & Close Up - Ideas for Development

2019
painting
Acrylic paint on canvas
object: 1978 × 2712 mm object: 1003 × 1003 mm
The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, Rollins Museum of Art, Rollins College
Provenance:
Acquired directly from the artist, through Hollybush Gardens, London, 2019
Nationality of artist: British
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Preston
Catalogue Raisonné: N/A

This work was completed after the operative period 1933 – 45

Lubaina Himid, Stir Until Melted (The Fortune Teller), 2020

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Stir Until Melted (The Fortune Teller)

2020
painting
Acrylic paint on canvas
support: 1830 × 1220 mm
Collection Van Valen, Aerdenhout, The Netherlands
Provenance:
Acquired directly from the artist, through Hollybush Gardens, London, 2020
Nationality of artist: British
Identifying marks: none
Place of manufacture: Preston
Catalogue Raisonné: N/A

This work was completed after the operative period 1933 – 45