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Modern & Contemporary Art

by Freeman's

December 6, 2016, 12:00 PM EST

Philadelphia, PA, USA

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Lot 9: PIERRE LESIEUR, (FRENCH, 1922-2011), "LA CHEMINÉE BLANCHE"

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PIERRE LESIEUR, (FRENCH, 1922-2011),
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Description: PIERRE LESIEUR
(french, 1922-2011)
"LA CHEMINÉE BLANCHE"
Signed and dated 56 bottom left, oil on canvas.
46 1/2 x 44 7/8 in. (118.1 x 114cm)
provenance:
Arthur Lenars & Cie, Paris, France.
Ernest Brown & Phillips Ltd., London, United Kingdom.
Findlay Galleries, New York, New York.
Private Collection.

exhibited:
"The First Exhibition in England of Paintings by Pierre Lesieur," Ernest Brown & Phillips Ltd., London, United Kingdom, November 1956, exhibition catalogue no. 14.

Condition Report: The paint is actively cracking and flaking in the yellow rectangle. There are several areas of yellow paint loss were the canvas is visible. These range in size from five 1/8-inch losses, six 1/4 to 1/2 inch losses; and four losses ranging from 1-2 inch square. (The larger of these appear as irregular white areas within the yellow at center left). Some occasional areas of surface soiling including twelve small light-brown spots of staining mainly in the white at the bottom of the canvas. The painting has a wax relining.


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