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THE ARTS CLUB OF CHICAGO ROGER DE LA FRESNAYE EXHIBITION [[underlined]]DECEMBER, 1943[[/underlined]] YES. JACQUES SELIGMANN & CO. 5 E. 57th St. New York City (Mr. Germain Seligmann) 4 Loans - 4th of July (large painting) La Bouteille de Porto - painting 2 Drawings - Still Life 45 x 58"Sepia" - "editation." YES. BIGNOU GALLERY, 32 E. 57th St. New York City (Mr. Georges Keller) 6 Loans - Artillery - 35 x 79 (sold to collector, but may be able to procure as loan. (Others agreed to for December) MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, 11 W. 53rd St. New York, James T. Soby, Asst.Director. 1 - Still Life NO. - ( Museum of Modern Art Custody - La Conquete de L'Air) F. C. BARTLETT - ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO - ? PHILLIPS MEMORIAL GALLERY, 1600 - 21st St., Washington, D.C. (Duncan Phillips) "Mappemonde" YES. WALTER C. ARENSBERG - (early painting) Los Angeles, Cal. small landscape. ? ALDUS C. HIGGINS, Worcester, Mass. - Portrait of M. Gompert. WM. W. CROCKER, S. F. Pres. of Museum Postoffice - Drawing. Papier colls. MRS. J. H. ROSENBAUM - Washington, D.C. - drawing. - Poste de Police. ? A. E. GALLATIN (Anon?) - 2 or 3 paintings in Phila. Museum. YES. CHESTER DALE - New York City 3 Loans. - paintings. Carl Schniewind's Friend has one - Chicago. YES. ANON. LOAN - "Le Diabolo. YOUNG COLLECTOR IN ARMED FORCES - Still Life - "L'Equerre" YES. MRS. CHARLES H. RUSSELL - - - (address?) - "La Bouteille" YES. LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF HISTORY - Exposition Park, Los Angeles, Cal. Roland J. McKinney, Director. 2 Drawings - Harrison Collection: Le Jardin - charcoal - 19½ x 25 - 1913 Figures - pen and ink - 13¼ x 9¾.
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