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Camile Pissarro (1830-1903)
Cabbage Patch Near the Village, 1875
Oil on canvas
21 1/4 x 25 1/2 in. (54 x 64.8 cm)
Gift of Albert P. Strietmann, 1952.240

Signed and dated lower left: "C. Pissarro 1875"

Landscape with man and woman picking cabbage in the foreground and a group of houses in the middle ground.

Alternate Titles:
Coin de village; lex Choux
Lex Choux
Corner of a Village--Cabbages
Village near Pontoise


By at least 1879-1893:   Gustave Caillebotte [1848-1894], Paris, by descent to [1]
By at least 1939-?:   Albert Chardeau, France [2]
?-January 7, 1950:   (Matignon Art Galleries, Inc., Paris, sold to)
January 7, 1950-
January 6, 1953:
  (Rosenberg and Stiebel, New York, sold to)
January 6, 1953-present:   Cincinnati Art Museum [3]

[1] Caillebotte, an artist and collector of Impressionist art, bequeathed his collection to the French government in 1894. Cabbage Patch Near the Village was included in Caillebotte's estate, but was rejected by the State and returned to his family.

[2] Albert Chardeau was the son-in-law of Martial Caillebotte, Gustave's brother. The painting was published as being in his collection in Ludovico Rodo Pissarro and Lionello Venturi, Camille Pissarro, Paris, 1939, p. 124, no. 312. The painting may have remained in his collection until 1950. Also see correspondence, May 17, 2000, and September 21, 2001.

[3] The Museum acquired the painting with funds provided by Albert P. Strietmann.

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