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M-1535 MATISSE "Odalisque aux babouches" Drawing: 19-1/4" x 26-3/4" Exhibited: Museum of Modern Art, New York City - November, 1931 Galerie Thanhauser, #154 of catalogue and reproduced Page 61. M-1147 MAILLOL "Nude Figure" (represented from the back) Sepia Drawing: 14-3/4" x 9-1/4" Exhibited: Milwaukee Art Institute - Milwaukee,Miss. - January 1930 M-5625 DAUMIER "Man Reading" Drawing: 6" x 4-3/4" In its original frame. M-1532 MANET (Edouard) "Au Jardin" China ink drawing: 9" x 9-1/2" This drawing is a study for a painting in the Havemeyer Collection, at present in the collection of Mr. & Mrs. J. Watson Webb. Mr. Royal Corissoz in an article appearing in the New York Herald Tribune on December 11th, 1932, states: "The erroneous identification of the woman in this design with Mme De Nittis, by the way, has been corrected in the recently published Catalogue of Jamot & Wildenstein. The picture was given by Manet to De Nittis, but the two successive sitters for the figure were Edma Morisot and Mme. Himmes". Reproduced: Book by Theodore Duret on "MANET", opposite Page 76. Exhibited: Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, R.I. April 1931 M-5615 INGRES "Portrait of Dupaty" Drawing: 8-7/8" x 5-3/4" He is seen seated in a chair, facing the spectator. Executed in Rome 1815. Dupaty was a sculptor and friend of the artist. He is mentioned in Lapauze's book on Ingres. Collections: Comtesse de Bearn, 1907 Hemri Marcel, General Director of the National Museums of France. - Page 5 -
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