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No. 6898   DEGAS, Edgar (1834-1917)   [[underline]]"LA REPASSEUSE"[[/underline]]

Oil: 9-3/4" × 7-1/2" 
Signed: "Degas". 

[[underline]]Collections[[/underline]]: de Bellio
Donop de Mouchy 
Jacques Doucet

[[underline]]Exhibited[[/underline]]: "French Art of the Nineteenth Century", Fogg Museum of Art, Cambridge, Mass., July-August 1942 (reproduced in catalogue opposite Page 6). 

Price: $12,000. 


No. 6438   DEGAS, Edgar (1834-1917)   [[underline]]"DANSEUSE VERTE"[[/underline]]

Pastel: 28-1/2" × 15-1/2" 
Painted around 1883. 
Signed lower left: "Degas". 

[[underline]]Collection[[/underline]]: Henry Lerolle

[[underline]]Reproduced[[/underline]]: Paul Lafond "Degas" on the cover. 

[[underline]]Exhibited[[/underline]]: "Exposition Degas", Musée de l'Orangerie, 1937, No. 114. 

Price: $22,000. 

No. 3424   Redon, Odilon (1840-1916)   [[underline]]"PROFIL ET FLEURS"[[/underline]]

Pastel: 27-1/4" × 21-1/2"

[[underline]]Exhibited[[/underline]]: "Redon-Lautrec", Museum of Modern Art, February 1931. Chicago World's Fair, 1934
"Development of Flower Painting from the 17th Century to the present", City Art Museum, St. Louis, 1937, No. 50 (and reproduced in the catalogue). 
"Courbet-Seurat", Jacques Seligmann & Co., 1937, No. 13.
"La Pintura Frencesca de David a Nuestros Dias", Buenos Aires, 1939-40, No. 112
"The Painting of France since the French Revolution", M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, 1940, No. 87 (and reproduced). 

Price: $6,500. 

No. 3469   Seurat, Georges (1859-1891)   [[underline]]"TOUR EIFFEL VUE DU TROCADERO"[[/underline]]

Oil: 9-1/2" × 6"

Painted in 1890. This picture is in a frame painted by Seurat. 

[[underline]]Collection[[/underline]]: Princess Gaetani Bassiano

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