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Misia Et Vallotton à Villeneuve by EDOUARD VUILLARD

EDOUARD VUILLARD

(FRENCH, 1868 - 1940)

Misia Et Vallotton à Villeneuve , 1899

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Materials:

oil on board laid down on cradled panel

Measurements:

27.64 in. (70.20 cm.) (height) by 20.12 in. (51.10 cm.) (width)

Markings:

signed and dated 'E Vuillard. 99' (upper right)

Exhibited:

London, New Gallery, Fifth Exhibition of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, January-February 1905, p. 32, no. 263 (titled Intérieur et personnages). Paris, Musée national d’art moderne, Les Sources du XXe siècle: les arts en Europe de 1884 à 1914, November 1960-January 1961, p. 246, no. 740 (illustrated). Tokyo, National Museum of Art and Kyoto Municipal Museum, French Art in Japan: 1840-1940, November 1961-January 1962, p. 100, no. 246 (illustrated; with incorrect dimensions). Kunsthalle Mannheim, Die Nabis und ihre Freunde: Les Nabis et leurs amis, October 1963-January 1964, no. 312 (illustrated). Munich, Haus der Kunst and Paris, Orangerie des Tuileries, Edouard Vuillard: Xavier Roussel, March-September 1968, p. 70, no. 54 and p. 95, no. 104, respectively (illustrated, p. 153 and p. 190, respectively). New York, Wildenstein & Co., Inc., La revue blanche: Paris in the Days of Post-Impressionism and Symbolism, A Loan Exhibition for the Benefit of the School of American Ballet, November-December 1983, p. 88 (illustrated in color, p. 6; titled Misia, Vallotton and Thadée Natanson). Houston Museum of Fine Arts; Washington, D.C., The Phillips Collection and The Brooklyn Museum, The Intimate Interiors of Edouard Vuillard, November 1989-April 1990, no. 92 (titled Misia and Vallotton in the Dining Room, rue Saint-Florentin). The Katonah Gallery, The Intimate Eye of Edouard Vuillard, May-August 1989, p. 46, no. 9 (illustrated in color, p. 12; titled Misia, Vallotton, and Thadée Natanson). Philadephia Museum of Art, Masterpieces of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism: The Annenberg Collection, May-September 1989, pp. 112 and 198 (illustrated, fig. 169; titled Misia, Vallotton and Thadée Natanson). Houston Museum of Fine Arts, A Magic Mirror: The Portrait in France, 1700-1900, October 1986-January 1987, no. 47 (titled Portrait of Misia Natanson and Félix Vallotton). Houston, The Museum of Fine Arts; Washington, D.C., The Phillips Collection and The Brooklyn Museum, The Intimate Interiors of Edouard Vuillard, November 1990-June 1990, p. 122, no. 92 (illustrated in color, p. 123; titled Misia and Vallotton in the Dining Room, rue Saint Florentin). Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art; The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Paris, Galeries nationales du Grand Palais and London, Royal Academy of Arts, Edouard Vuillard, January 2003-April 2004, pp. 188 and 216, no. 147 (illustrated in color, p. 217; detail illustrated in color, p. 491). (possibly) Wuppertal, Von der Heydt-Museum, Pierre Bonnard: Magier der Farbe, September 2010-January 2011. New York, The Jewish Museum, Edouard Vuillard: A Painter and His Muses, 1890-1940, May-September 2012, p. 16 (illustrated in color).

Literature:

T. Leclère, “Edouard Vuillard” in Art et Décoration, vol. 38, no. 226, October 1920, p. 98 (illustrated; titled M. Valloton et Mme S..). R. Escholier, La Peinture française: vingtième siècle, Paris, 1937, p. 18 (illustrated; titled Vallotton et Missia Godebska). A. Chastel, Vuillard, Paris, 1946, p. 122 (illustrated, p. 43; titled Vallotton et Missia Godebska). C. Roger-Marx, Vuillard et son temps, Paris, 1946, p. 84 (illustrated, p. 87; titled Vallotton and Missia Natanson). C. Roger-Marx, Vuillard, Paris, 1948, p. 25 (illustrated, p. 40, fig. 20; titled Vallotton and Missia Natanson). C. Schweicher, Die Bildraumgestaltung, das Dekorative und das Ornamentale im Werke von Edouard Vuillard, Ph.D. Diss., Universität Zürich, 1949, pp. 35-37, 79, 94, 96 and 129. F. Fels,"L’Art vivant de 1900 à nos jours" in Peinture et sculpteurs d’hier et d’aujourd’hui, no. 17, 1950, Geneva, p. 88 (illustrated; titled Missia Godebska et Félix Vallotton). G. Charensol, "Vuillard" in Médecines et peintures, no. 76, 1955 (illustrated, pl. 7). A. Vaillant, “Livret de famille” L’Oeil, no. 24, December 1956, p. 27 (illustrated). S. Wichmann, “Intimität des Dekors: Edouard Vuillard, ein Überwinder des Impressionismus” in Die Kunst und das Schöne Heim, no. 9, June 1962, pp. 356-357 (illustrated, p. 356, fig. 4; titled Vallotton und Missia Godebska). F. Russoli, "Vuillard" in I Maestri del colore, no. 170, 1966 (illustrated in color, pl. 8; illustrated again on the index page; titled Missia e Vallotton and with incorrect dimensions). R. Barilli, “Bonnard, Vuillard e la poetica degli interni” in L’Arte moderna: soggettività e oggettività del linguaggio simbolista, vol. II, no. 13, 1967, p. 127 (illustrated in color; titled Misia et Vallotton). J. Dugdale, "Edouard Vuillard" in The Masters, no. 97, 1967 (illustrated, p. 8; illustrated again in color, pl. 11; titled Misia and Vallotton). J.-E. Muller, "L’Art au vingtième siècle" in Le Livre de poche, no. 2286, 1967, p. 36 (illustrated, fig. 12; titled Vallotton et Misia). F. Russoli and R. Martin, Vuillard, Chefs d'oeuvre de l'art, grands peintres, Paris, 1967, no. 74 (illustrated in color, pl. VIII). J. Salomon, Vuillard, Paris, 1968, pp. 72-73 and 216 (illustrated in color, p. 73; titled Misia et Vallotton). H. Perruchot, ed., Jardin des arts, no. 161, April 1968, p. 76 (illustrated; titled Madame Mayrisch). R. Negri, “Bonnard e I Nabis” in I Mensili d’arte, no. 37, 1970, p. 99 (illustrated in color, p. 64, pl. 38; titled Misia e Vallotton and with incorrect dimensions and provenance). J.-L. Daval, Journal de l'art moderne: 1884-1914, Geneva, 1973, pp. 140-144 (illustrated). S. Monneret, Dictionnaire international illustré: l'Impressionnisme et son époque, A à L, Paris, vol. I, 1978, p. 248 (illustrated in color; titled Misia et Vallotton and with incorrect provenance). A. Gold and R. Fizdale, The Life of Misia Sert, New York, 1980, p. 114 (illustrated in color). T. Prideaux, "Misia, a Free Spirit, Knew (and Loved) Just About Everyone" in Smithsonian Magazine, February 1980 (illustrated in color, p. 98). A. Georges, Symbolisme et décor: Vuillard, 1888-1905, Ph.D. Diss., Université de Paris, Sorbonne, 1982, pp. 72-73. O. Schweiz, Gemälde des 19: Jahrhunderts, exh. cat., Kunstmuseum Bern, 1983, p. 220 (illustrated, p. 221; titled Misia Natanson and dated circa 1898). E. Daniel, Vuillard: l’espace de l’intimité, Ph.D. Diss., Institut d'Art et d'Archéologie, Paris, 1984, pp. 81 and 84 (illustrated, p. 83, fig. 22; titled Valotton et Misia Godebska). P. Ciaffa, The Portraits of Edouard Vuillard, Ph.D. Diss., Columbia University, New York, 1985, pp. 254-255 (illustrated, fig. 121). D. Kedler, “Les Nabis, prophètes et peintres” in L’Héritage de I’impressionnisme: Les sources du vingtième siècle, 1986, p. 212 (illustrated in color, fig. 223). D. Kedler, The Great Book of Post-Impressionism, New York, 1986, p. 214 (illustrated in color, fig. 223; titled Misia, Vallotton, and Thadée Natanson). B. Thomson, Vuillard, New York, 1988, p. 4 (illustrated in color, p. 2; titled Vallotton and Misia in the Dining-Room, rue Saint-Florentin and with incorrect dimensions). J. Warnod, Vuillard, Paris, 1988, pp. 51 and 96 (illustrated in color, p. 50; titled Vallotton et Misia). C.B. Bailey and J.J. Rishel, Masterpieces of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism: The Annenberg Collection, exh. cat., Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1989, p. 112 (illustrated, fig. 170). E.W. Easton, The Intimate Interiors of Edouard Vuillard, exh. cat., The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1989, pp. 118, 122 and 125 (illustrated in color, p. 123, fig. 92; titled Misia and Vallotton in the Dining Room, rue Saint-Florentin). K. Johnson, “Life Patterns: A Preview of ‘The Intimate Eye of Edouard Vuillard' at The Katonah Gallery” in Hudson Valley, May 1989, p. 27 (detail illustrated, p. 25). W. Zimmer, “Glorious Pre-1900 Vuillard Sampling” in The New York Times, 4 June 1989, p. 30 (illustrated). C. Frèches-Thory and A. Terrasse, Les Nabis, Paris, 1990, pp. 281 and 315 (illustrated in color, p. 280; titled Vallotton et Misia dans la salle à Manger, rue Saint-Florentin). “The Intimate Interiors of Edouard Vuillard” in The Brooklyn Museums Newsletter, May 1990 (illustrated on the front cover and illustrated in color, p. 63; titled Misia and Vallotton in the Dining Room, rue Saint-Florentin). G. Bernier, La Revue Blanche, Paris, 1991, p. 316 (illustrated in color, p. 67; titled Misia et Vallotton, rue Saint-Florentin). S.M. Newman, Félix Vallotton, exh. cat., Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, 1991, p. 12 (illustrated, fig. 3; titled Vallotton and Misia in the Dining Room, rue Saint-Florentin). N.E. Forgione, Edouard Vuillard in the 1890s: Intimism, Theater and Decoration, Ph.D. Diss., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1992, pp. xii and 259-260 (illustrated, p. 335, fig. 90; titled Misia and Vallotton in the Dining-Room, rue Saint-Florentin). M. Hapgood, Wallpaper and the Artist, Abbeville, 1992. G. Cogeval, Vuillard: Le temps détourné, Paris, 1993, p. 138 (illustrated in color, p. 52, fig. 52g; titled Vallotton et Misia dans la salle à manger, rue Saint-Florentin and with incorrect dimensions). C. Frèches-Thory, Die Nabis, Propheten der Moderne, exh. cat., Kunsthaus Zürich, 1993, p. 350 (illustrated, fig. 179.2). G.L. Groom, Edouard Vuillard, Painter-Decorator: Patrons and Projects, 1892-1912, New Haven, 1993, pp. 85-86 (illustrated in color, pl. 144; titled Misia and Vallotton in the Dining Area). S. Melikian, “Nabis: When the World Changed” in International Herald Tribune, 25-26 September 1993, p. 30 (illustrated). J. Turner, ed., The Dictionary of Art, New York, 1996, p. 741 (illustrated, p. 742, fig. 3; titled Vallotton and Misia in the Dining-room, Rue Saint Florentin and dated circa 1899). E. Lucie-Smith, Lives of the Great Twentieth-Century Artists, London, 1999 (illustrated in color; titled Misia and Vallotton). R.R. Bretell, Oxford History of Art: Modern Art, 1851-1929, Capitalism and Representation, Oxford, 1999, p. 28, no. 19 (illustrated in color; titled Misia and Vallotton in the Dining Room). M. Kimmelman, “Vuillard the Spectator, Poised at Life’s Windows” in The New York Times, 17 January 2003, pp. E41(illustrated in color). H. Kramer, “Mammoth Collection of Genius in Flux” in The New York Observer, 3 February 2003 (illustrated). A. Salomon and G. Cogeval, Vuillard: Le regard innombrable, Catalogue critique des peintures et pastels, Paris, 2003, vol. I, pp. 502-503, no. VI-71 (illustrated in color, p. 502; detail illustrated in color, p. 450). J. Zutter, ed., Pierre Bonnard: Observing Nature, exh. cat., National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2003, p. 157 (illustrated in color, fig. 133). J. Dorfman, “The Prophets” in Art & Antiques, May 2012, p. 61 (illustrated in color).

Provenance:

Paul Rosenberg, Paris. Galerie Bernheim-Jeune et Cie., Paris (acquired from the above, 28 March 1900). Aline Mayrisch, Colpach, Luxembourg (2 March 1908). Andrée Pierre-Viénot, Paris (by descent from the above and until at least 1968). Wildenstein & Co., Inc., New York (1972). Acquired from the above by the late owner, 8 June 1979.

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