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M-1538 VAN GOGH, VINCENT "Le Postier" China ink and black crayon drawing: 22-1/4" x 17-1/2" He is seen seated in an armchair, front view. He wears a postman's uniform and on his cap one can read "Postes". He has a large beard. His left arm rests on a table upon which a glass is placed - his right arm holds the arm of the chair. Collection: H. Freudenberg, Nikolassee. Paul Cassirer, Berlin Exhibited: Municipal Museum, Amsterdam - July, August 1905 #415 of Catalogue National Gallery, Berlin 1921. Gallery Otto Wacker, Berlin, Dec. 6, 1927 - Feb. 1st, 1928 and reproduced. Exhibited by us: R. I. School of Design, Providence, R.I. April 1931 Buffalo, N.Y. - Exhibition French 19th Century - November 1932 Reproduced: Kurt Pfister, Van Gogh, P.37 J. Meier Graefe, Vincent VanGogh der Zeichner, P1.29 See "Lettres à son frère", Vol.111, letter 520, P.133 J.B.dela Faille "l'Oeuvre de Vincent Van Gogh, catalogue raisonné", Vol.1V, pl.CL1X,No.1459. M-1595 [[strikethrough]] TOULOUSE LAUTREC "Yvette Guilbert" Water-color: 17" x 9-1/4" Yvette Guilbert figures prominently in many of Lautrec's works, as she was a popular singer and actress of the day. Collection: Guérin [[/strikethrough]] M-5626 TOULOUSE LAUTREC "Le Musicien" Pencil Drawing: 11-1/4" x 8-3/4" This is the original drawing for a lithograph which formed the cover of a song. It represents Dihan, the well known musician and friend of the artist, who also posed for Degas. M-5266 SEURAT "L'Artiste dans son Atelier" Drawing: 18-1/2" x 15-1/2" Reproduced: "Seurat" by Lucie Cousturier (Paris 1921) Plate 47 "Les Dessins de Georges Seurat" (Paris 1926) No.35 "Kunst und Künstler", Berlin, October 1931 #10 of Catalog of Collections de Ms.S et S. (Silberberg) Exhibited: "L'Exposition Seurat", Paris, December1908- January 1909. "Les Dessins de Seurat", Paris, - November-Dec. 1926 Collections: Baron von der Heydt Theo van Rysselbergh, Paris M.Charles Vignier, Paris - Page 3 -
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