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The Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice



On display in H201

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oil on canvas
Object Types
paintings, oil paintings

26-1/8 x 36-7/8 in. (canvas) 34-3/16 x 44-7/8 x 4 in. (framed) - OPTIUM GLAZING

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The Lockton Collection

Public Domain

European Painting and Sculpture 1800-1945

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From the artist to (Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, France) and (Durand-Ruel, Paris, France) in 1912;{1} sold by the latter to Mrs. Breckenridge Long (Christine Alexander Graham Long) [1888-1959], St. Louis, Missouri, in 1912.{2} Laurence Minot [1866-1921], Boston, Massachusetts;{3} by descent to his niece, Mrs. Henry M. Channing (Katharine M.) [b. 1883], Boston, by 1927;{4} estate of her husband, Henry M. Channing [1881- c. 1965], Sherborn, Massachusetts; Sale (Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, New York) in 1965; {5} Mr. Richard C. Lockton, Indianapolis, Indiana; given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1970 (70.76). {1} This painting was included in the exhibition "Claude Monet 'Venise'" at Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, June 1912, catalogue no. 13. {2} The early provenance is given in Daniel Wildenstein, Claude Monet, Biographie et catalogue raisonné, volume 4, Paris, 1974-1991, no. 1749. The painting was included in the exhibition "A Collection of Works Owned in St. Louis and lent to the Museum, City Art Museum, St. Louis, July-November 1913, catalogue no. 62 (illustration) {3} As given in Wildenstein. {4} Mrs. Henry M. Channing lent the painting to the exhibition "Claude Monet: Memorial Exhibition," Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in January 1927, catalogue no. 68; corroborated by a label on the back of the frame. {5} Parke-Bernet, New York, Highly Important Impressionist and Modern Paintings and Drawings from Various Owners, 14 October 1965, lot 84 (illustration), identifies the painting's consignor as "the estate of Henry M. Channing Late of Sherborn, Mass."

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