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Jean-Honoré Fragonard: Girl with dog  wikidata:Q28801539 
Artist
Jean-Honoré Fragonard: Girl with dog
Title
"Jeune fille dans son lit, faisant danser son chien"
Object type painting
Description
sketch/esquisse/Skizze Girl with dog
Date 1770-1775. 2013-10-23 for photograph
Medium oil on canvas
Q296955/Q4259259
Dimensions Height: 89 cm (35 in); Width: 70 cm (27.5 in)
Accession number
HuW 35
Object history -Vente Lebas de Courmont, 26 mai 1795, n°40:une légère ébauche du sujet d'une jeune fille sur son lit qui fait danser son chien, haut 33p., larg 26p.
-Vente Demidoff père, 8 au 13 avril 1839, n°88:très belle esquisse avancée de la gimblette; connue par la gravure
-Vente anonyme, 10-11 décembre 1847, n°38:la Gimblette. Jeune fille couchée et jouant avec son petit chien. Il existe trois ou quatre compositions de la Gimblette. celle-ci, qui est d'une adorable couleur, provient de M.Théophile Fragonard
-Vente anonyme, 14 mars 1868, n°8:esquisse du tableau intitulé la Gimblette (pas de dimensions)
-Vente posthume Hippolyte Walferdin (1795 - 1880), 12-16 avril 1880, n°61 (7000 francs à Haro)
-Poidartz, 1889
-Arthur Veil-Picard, achat avant 1906 pour 25.000 frs
-Gimpel, 1963
-Jeannette Veil-Picard, acquis par la Bayerische Hypotheken- und Wechselbank pour la Alte Pinakothek, 1977.
Credit line Permanent loan / Dauerleihgabe / Prêt permanent: Hypovereinsbank, member of Unicredit
Notes Erroneously called La Gimblette.
References A complete article here (en)
Source/Photographer Own work Jebulon for photograph
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Camera location48° 08′ 53.34″ N, 11° 34′ 11.77″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

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