Paul Cézanne

Madame Cézanne in a red armchair



Paul Cézanne - Madame Cézanne in a red armchair



Paul Cézanne
Madame Cézanne in a red armchair
c. 1877
72.5 x 56 cm
Oil on canvas
Unsigned
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Bequest of Robert Treat Paine, 2nd.


Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
R 324

Literature
Joseph J. Rishel and Katherine Sachs (eds.), Cézanne and Beyond, Philadelphia; New Haven and London, 2009, plate 60
Fred Leeman, Émile Bernard, Paris, 2013, fig. 82
André Dombrowski, Nancy Ireson, and Sylvie Patry (eds.), Cézanne in the Barnes Foundation, New York, 2021, p. 190, fig. 3


Exhibitions

2017 Cézanne Portraits, Nr. 22
1907 Paul Cézanne, Nr. 53

Provenance

Ambroise Vollard (born 1867 - died 1939), Paris
by 1907, probably sold by Vollard to Egisto Fabbri (born 1866 - died 1933), Florence
1928, sold by Fabbri to Georges Wildenstein and Paul Rosenberg and Co., Paris
by 1930, Robert Treat Paine II (born 1861 - died 1943), Boston
1944, bequest of Robert Treat Paine II to the MFA, accession date 9 November 1944

External links

Museum of Fine Arts Accession number 44.776

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