Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890)
View of Auvers-sur-Oise
Place Made: France
34 x 42.1 cm (13 3/8 x 16 9/16 inches)
Signature / Inscription / Marks
Rubber stamp on stretcher: Bundesdenkmalamt Wien; De Hauke and Co., Inc./8 East 51st St., NY
Label: on frame: R. Lerondelle/Emballage/d'Objets d'Art/76, rue Blanche, Paris
Credit / Object Number
Given in memory of Miss Dorothy Sturges by a Friend
Left or sent by the artist to his brother Theo van Gogh, Paris; after his death in 1891, his widow Jo van Gogh-Bonger, Paris; probably sold by Jo van Gogh-Bonger to Galerie Vollard, Paris; 22 February 1899 possibly sold by Galerie Vollard to Maurice Fabre, Gasparets (FRF 300); by 1904 Maurice Fabre; by 1908 probably given on consignment by Maurice Fabre to Galerie E. Druet, Paris; 16 May 1908 sale Paris, Hôtel Drouot (Tableaux modernes, aquarelles, dessins et pastels par [...] Van Gogh, [...]), lot 24 (FRF 950); probably acquired at this sale by Carl Moll, Vienna; after 1914 Galerie Marcel Goldschmidt, Frankfurt; 17 July 1928 sold by Galerie Marcel Goldschmidt to Galerien Thannhauser (half share), Galerie Etienne Bignou, Paris (quarter share) and Alex Reid & Lefèvre, Glasgow (quarter share) (Blick auf Auvers);
August 1928 given on consignment by Galerie Etienne Bignou and Alex Reid & Lefèvre to De Hauke (Jacques Seligmann et fils), New York;
27 October 1928 sold as shared sale by De Hauke, Reid, Bignou and Thannhauser to Dorothy Sturges, Providence (USD 8,000), 15 November 1928 half share (USD 4,000) received by Galerien Thannhauser;
after her death in 1933, heir of Dorothy Sturges, her brother Howard Sturges; 1935 bequest to her friend Elizabeth Hudson, Syracuse; 18 October 1935 her gift to Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence.
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