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François Daulte, Alfred Sisley: Catalogue Raisonné de L’Oeuvre Peint (Lausanne, 1959), no. 850, as Bords Du Long.
Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago Collectors, September - October 1963, as
Thannhauser Gallery, Berlin and Munich [based on sticker on reverse; see also Daulte 1959]; Mrs. Kate Jarrett, Forest Hills, New York, consignor of painting at the Justin K Thannhauser Gallery, New York, sometime between September 1941 and 1952 [according to stock files attached to letter from Janet Briner, Thannhauser archives]; painting sold but unknown to whom. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Block, by January 1952 [according to handwritten note on stretcher]; Mrs. Leopold Block (died 1973), Chicago, by at least 1963 [lent to Chicago 1963; see receipt 18943, 10 Sept. 1963, for Chicago 1963 exh.]; by descent to her son and his wife, Joseph L. Block and Lucille Block, Chicago; given to the Art Institute, 1988.
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