Claude Monet

Wheatstack (Thaw, sunset)



Claude Monet - Wheatstack (Thaw, sunset)

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
W 1974-1991 1284
W 1996 1284 info


Exhibitions

1995 Claude Monet: 1840-1926, Nr. 100

Provenance

The artist (d. 1926)
possibly sold to “Hamman,” the director of Roland Knoedler’s gallery, Paris, as agent for Knoedler and Company, New York, September 1891
sale Knoedler, New York, Chickering Hall, New York, 11 April 1893, nr. 77, to Durand-Ruel, New York, and Boussod, Valadon et Cie., Paris, in half-shares, for 6,000 francs
half share sold by Durand-Ruel, New York, to Durand-Ruel, Paris, 30 September 1899 or 13 November 1899
half share sold to Boussod, Valadon et Cie., Paris, 27 May 1903
Rosenberg, Paris, 1903
sold to Durand-Ruel, Paris, 11 January 1908
sold to Durand-Ruel, New York, 11 November 1915 or 9 December 1915
sold to André Weil, Paris, 9 January 1948
Wildenstein, New York and Paris, by 1982
sold to Mercedes Eraso de Rodríguez Landaeta, Caracas, Venezuela, by 1982
Rachel Adler Fine Art, New York, by Aug. 1982
sold to James Goodman Gallery, New York, August 1982
sold to Stephen Hahn Gallery, New York, 7 February 1983
half share sold to Acquavella Galleries, New York, 7 February 1983
sold to Daniel C. Searle, Winnetka, Ill., 7 February 1983
given by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Searle, Winnetka, Ill., to the Art Institute of Chicago, beginning in 1983 (The painting was given to the Art Institute of Chicago in undivided fractional interests beginning in 1983. The Art Institute received the final fractional interest for 100 percent ownership in 1991)
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External links

Art Institute Chicago Accession number 1983.166

Other works by Claude Monet


Claude Monet The petite Creuse river
The petite Creuse river
1889

Claude Monet The Grand Canal
The Grand Canal

Claude Monet Vase of chrysanthemums
Vase of chrysanthemums
1880

Claude Monet Houses on the Achterzaan
Houses on the Achterzaan
1871

Claude Monet
Wheatstack (Thaw, sunset)
1891
64.9 x 92.3 cm
Oil on canvas
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Searle