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Peasant Woman Resting

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Name:
Peasant Woman Resting
Artist:
Léon Lhermitte (French, b.1844, d.1925), painter
Date:
1903
Place:
France
Medium:
oil on canvas
Measurements:
22 x 16 in. (55.9 x 40.6 cm)
Classification:
Painting
Department:
European Paintings, Sculpture and Drawings
Credit Line:
Gift of Emilie L. Heine in memory of Mr. and Mrs. John Hauck
Provenance:
(Boussoud, Valadon & Cie., Paris, 1903, sold to [1]); (Arthur Tooth and Sons, London, New York, and Paris, 1903). (M. Knoedler & Co. [2]). Private Collection, until April 11-12, 1928, sold at Anderson Galleries, New York, April 11-12, 1928, lot 135, to [3]; L. P. Valentine, April 11-12, 1928-? [4]. Emilie L. Heine, Cincinnati, by at least 1940-1949, given with life interest to [5]; Cincinnati Art Museum, 1949-present. Notes: [1] Inventory no. 27964. [2] Inventory no. 3462. [3] The auction was composed of works from the following four collections: John Anderson, Jr., Brooklyn; Henry Clay Pierre, New York and St. Louis; James E. Newell, Brooklyn; Hans Mueller, Kentucky; and Charles H. Senff, New York. [4] Listed as the buyer in Art News, April 21, 1928, p. 18. [5] Emilie L. Heine, a collector with a penchant for the Barbizon school, began collecting art around 1912 and continued possibly until the mid-1940s. The majority of the paintings were acquired for her Cincinnati home during the 1920s and 1930s, but specific dates of purchase for most are unknown. Heine gave this painting and numerous others to the CAM with life interest reserved in 1940. The Heine collection came to the CAM after her death in 1949.
Accession No:
1940.978

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