Vincent van Gogh

The Langlois Bridge



Vincent van Gogh - The Langlois Bridge

Literature

F 1471
JH 1420

Colta Ives, Susan Alyson Stein, Sjraar van Heugten, and Marije Vellekoop, Vincent van Gogh, New York; Amsterdam; New Haven and London, 2005, fig. 178


Exhibitions

2005 Vincent van Gogh: The Drawings, Nr. 87

Provenance

Sent by the artist to Émile Bernard, Saint-Briac, presumably 15 July 1888, until sold to Ambroise Vollard, Paris, probably between 1899 and 1904
Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, by 1910
acquired by Tilla Durieux-Cassirer, Berlin, 1910, until the death of her husband, Paul Cassirer, 1926
his daughter, Suse Cassirer-Paret, Berlin and Meudon, 1926-29
Paul Cassirer Art Gallery, Amsterdam, 1929
Jacques Seligmann and Co., New York and Paris, 1929, until at least 1935
acquired by George Gard De Sylva, Los Angeles, 1938
acquired as part of the George Gard De Sylva collection by the Los Angeles County Museum, 1949
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Other works by Vincent van Gogh


Vincent van Gogh Fishing Boats on the Beach
Fishing Boats on the Beach
1888

Vincent van Gogh Young man with a pipe
Young man with a pipe
1884

Vincent van Gogh Parsonage Garden
Parsonage Garden
1884

Vincent van Gogh Cottages with a Woman Working in the Foreground
Cottages with a Woman Working in the Foreground
1890

Vincent van Gogh
The Langlois Bridge
1888
242 x 318 mm
Reed pen and ink over graphite on wove paper
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
Mr. and Mrs. George Gard De Sylva Collection