John Constable

Dedham from Langham



John Constable - Dedham from Langham

Provenance

The artist’s sale, Foster & Sons, London, 16 May 1838 (=2nd day), nr. 43, sold with another work, as ‘Two-Chain Pier at Brighton, and Deadham Church’ (5 gns. to the following)
James Stewart
his sale (†), Christie’s, London, 20 April 1839, nr. 3, sold with another work, as ‘The Original Sketch of Brighton Pier, and a View from Hampstead Heath [incorrectly identified]’, when acquired by the following
Henry Reeve, G.B. (1813-1895), Foxholes, Christchurch, by 1890
Sir Henry Davies, Lord Mayor of London
with Galerie Sedelmeyer, Paris, by 1902
sale, 16 May 1907, nr. 23
John (died 1934) and Anna Jaffé (died 1942), Villa Jaffé, Nice
sale ‘Collection John Jaffé’ ordered by the “Commissariat général aux questions juives”, Hôtel Savoy, Nice, 12-13 July 1943, nr. 102
with J. Perdoux, Paris, from whom acquired by the following
with Felix Mockers, from whom acquired by the following
Pierre Garsonnin, from whom acquired by the following
with Galerie Georges Moos, Geneva, from whom acquired by the following in 1946
René Junod, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, and bequeathed by his widow, Madeleine Junod to the Musée des Beaux-Arts, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, in 1986
restituted to the heirs of Anna and John Jaffé in 2018
sale Christie's, London, Property Restituted to the Heirs of Anna and John Jaffé, 5 July 2018, nr. 60

Other works by John Constable


John Constable East Bergholt Common
East Bergholt Common

John Constable Study of clouds over a landscape
Study of clouds over a landscape

John Constable Cloud study with birds in flight
Cloud study with birds in flight
1821

John Constable West End Fields, Hampstead
West End Fields, Hampstead
c. 1822

John Constable
Dedham from Langham
62 x 99.3 cm
Oil on canvas
Sale Christie's, London, 5 July 2018