File:La rade de Grandcamp (Le port de Grandcamp).JPG

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Summary[edit]

Artist
(1859-1891)
Title
Français : La rade de Grandcamp (Le port de Grandcamp)
Date Painted in summer 1885
Medium oil on canvas
Q296955/Q4259259
Dimensions 25 ¾ x 32 in. (65.4 x 81.2 cm.)
Object history

Provenance

Estate of the artist.
Ernestine Seurat, Paris (mother of the artist, by descent from the above, May 1891).
Emile Seurat, Paris (by descent from the above).
Josse and Gaston Bernheim, Paris (1904 and until at least 1925).
The Lefevre Gallery (Alex. Reid & Lefevre, Ltd)., London (by 1928).
M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., New York (acquired from the above, 1 January 1929).
Galerie Etienne Bignou, Paris (acquired from the above, 1 December 1934).
Grace "Ninette" Beatty, London (possibly acquired from the above, May 1936).
Sir Alfred Chester Beatty, Dublin (by descent from the above, 1952).
Paul Rosenberg & Co., New York (acquired from the above).
Acquired from the above by the late owners, April 1955.
Inscriptions signed ‘Seurat’ (lower right)
Source/Photographer https://archive.li/00SPE

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