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After Aristide Maillol, LÉda
(High-Res Derivative Image)
($76,800*0.00001 = $0.77)
Estimate: 40,000-60,000 GBP
It failed to sell in this auction.
Price Point Value $76,800 USD
Auctioned on Jun 20 2018

Description & Provenance & Exhibitions & Literature
After Aristide Maillol
1861 - 1944
stamped with the artist's monogram
height: 28cm., 11in.
Conceived circa 1900 and posthumously executed in terracotta before 1957 under the supervision of Lucien Maillol & Jean van Dongen in an edition of 6.

We are grateful to Olivier Lorquin for his assistance in the cataloguing of this work.

Lucien Maillol (the artist's son)
Alfred Daber, Paris (sale: Sotheby's, London, 1st April 1981, lot 127)
Private Collection (purchased at the above sale; sale: Sotheby's, London, 21st October 1989, lot 24)
Purchased at the above sale by the present owner

Paris, Galerie Daber, Maillol, Exposition-Hommage du centenaire de sa naissance, 1961, no. 3

John Rewald, Maillol, Paris, 1939, n.n., illustration of another version p. 110
George Waldemar, Aristide Maillol, London, 1965, n.n., illustration of another version p. 137
Marguette Bouvier, Aristide Maillol, Lausanne, 1945, n.n., illustration of another version n.p.
Maillol (exhibition catalogue), Sala de exposiciones de Caixa Catalunya, Barcelona, 2010, n.n., colour illustration of another version p. 139

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