Vincent van Gogh

Still-life with Oranges, Lemons and Blue Gloves



Vincent van Gogh - Still-life with Oranges, Lemons and Blue Gloves

Literature

F 502
JH 1664

Ingo F. Walther, Rainer Metzger, Vincent van Gogh, Köln, 1993, p. 474


Provenance

Sent 2 May 1889 by the artist to his brother, Theo van Gogh, Paris (1857-1891)
gift to Emile Bernard (1868-1941)
sold by Madame Bernard on 7 January 1899 for 150 francs to Ambroise Vollard, Paris
sold probably 1899 to Cornelis Hoogendijk (1866-1911), Amsterdam
by inheritance to his sister, Maria Ida Adriana (Riet) van Blaaderen-Hoogendijk (1874-1942, Mrs. Gerrit Willem van Blaaderen), The Hague
her son, Tom van Blaaderen (1910-1950), Laren
his wife, Hermanna F. van Blaaderen-van Geuns (1915-2002, later Mrs. Warren-van Geuns), Loenen aan de Vecht, in 1951
private collection, London
with Marlborough Fine Arts, London, in 1955
probably acquired there by Sir Alexander Korda (1893-1956), London
by inheritance to his third wife, Alexandra Boycun Korda (1928-1966, later Mrs. David Metcalfe)
Korda collection sale, Sotheby’s, London, 14 June 1962, nr. 22
purchased by Charles H. Willis, probably for Paul Mellon (1907-1999), Upperville, Virginia
bequest 1999 to NGA, with life interest to his wife, Rachel Lambert Mellon (1910-2014)

External links

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Accession number 2014.18.13

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Vincent van Gogh Apricot Trees in Blossom
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Vincent van Gogh Wheat Fields with Stacks
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Vincent van Gogh Bobbin winder
Bobbin winder
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Vincent van Gogh Portrait of Patience Escalier
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Vincent van Gogh
Still-life with Oranges, Lemons and Blue Gloves
1889
47.3 x 64.3 cm
Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon