Watercolor, with traces of gouache, over graphite, on ivory wove paper
179 × 265 mm
Olivia Shaler Swan Memorial Collection
Extended information about this artwork
Paris, Musée du Louvre, “Centenaire du Romantisme,” May 1930, cat. 9.
Nottingham Castle Museum, “Bonnington,” 1965, (reference acc. to Walter Feilchenfeldt).
London, Heim Gallery, “Paintings by Paul Huet and Some Contemporary French Sculpture,” January 16- February 20, 1969, cat. 17 (ill.).
College Park, Md., University of Maryland Art Gallery, “From Delacroix to Cézanne: French Watercolor Landscapes of the 19th Century,” October 26-December 4, 1977, pp. 140 and 144, cat. 81 (ill.), cat. by Alain de Leiris and Carol Hynning Smith; traveled to Louisville, Ky., J.B. Speed Museum of Art, January 9-February 19, 1978; and Ann Arbor, Mich., University of Michigan Museum of Art, April 1-May 14, 1978.
Estate of the artist, from 1869 [Lugt 1268]; by descent to the artist’s grandson, Maurice Perret Carnot, from at least 1928 (the date Paul Huet’s son, Maurice Perret Carnot’s father died) [a letter from Walter Feilchenfeldt of January 5, 2004 in curatorial file]. Sold by Galerie Pavillon, Paris, to Walter Feilchenfeldt, Zürich, 1969 [letter mentioned above]; sold to the Art Institute, 1973.
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