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1966.384
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 Alexander Joseph Daiwaille (Dutch, 1818 - 1888)
and Eugène Joseph Verboeckhoven (Belgian, 1798 - 1881)
Landscape with a Peasant and His Flock
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Unframed: 55.2cm x 78.7cm
Date: probably after 1849
1966.384 | Gift of William Nash
 Provenance
William Nash, Cleveland. Given to the CMA in 1966
       
1964.289
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 Charles François Daubigny (French, 1817 - 1878)
Sunset on the River Oise
Foreign title: Soleil couchant sur l'Oise
Medium: oil on wood panel
Measurements: Framed: 56.2cm x 85.1cm x 9cm, Unframed: 40.1cm x 69.1cm
Date: 1866
1964.289 | Severance and Greta Millikin Collection
 Provenance
London, Irene and Solomon R. Guggenheim sale, Sotheby's, 7 November 1962 (lot 92), La Seine, près de Bonnières, coucher de soleil, sold to J. G. Cooper for $1,400. Paris, Galerie Claude Aubry. Mr. and Mrs. Severance A. Millikin, Cleveland, 1964. Given to the CMA in 1964.
       
1958.23
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 Honoré Daumier (French, 1808 - 1879)
The Troubadour
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Framed: 99.5cm x 73cm x 8cm, Unframed: 83.6cm x 56.8cm
Date: 1868-1873
1958.23 | Bequest of Leonard C. Hanna, Jr.
 Provenance
Count Armand Doria. Paris sale, Armand Doria collection, Galerie Georges Petit, 4-5 May 1899 (lot 132), Page jouant de la mandoline, with (lot 133) Femme portant un enfant, for ff 3,350. Ambroise Vollard, Paris. Eduard Fuchs, Berlin-Zehlendorf by 1930. Paul Cassirer, Berlin. Private collection, Paris. Justin K. Thannhauser, New York. Leonard C. Hanna Jr., Cleveland. Bequeathed to the CMA in 1958.
       
1980.182
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 Pierre Jean David d'Angers (French, 1788 - 1856)
Bust of Rossini
Medium: marble
Measurements: with base: 68.3cm x 25.4cm x 31.8cm
Date: 1831
1980.182 | Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund
 Provenance
[Black Nadeau Gallery, Monte Carlo]; [Bruton Gallery, Somerset, England]
       
1982.59
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 Pierre Jean David d'Angers (French, 1788 - 1856)
Portrait Medallion of Pigault Lebrun
Medium: bronze
Measurements: Diameter: 14cm
Date: 1831
1982.59 | Lawrence Hitchcock Fund
 Provenance
[Christie's East, New York, 16 March 1982, lot #191]; (Michael Hall Fine Arts, NY)
       
1942.632
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 circle of Gerard David (Netherlandish, 1450/60 - 1523)
Portrait of a Monk
Former title: A Monk at Prayer
Medium: oil on wood
Measurements: Framed: 54.5cm x 48.5cm x 5.5cm, Unframed: 36cm x 30.4cm
Date: early 1500s
1942.632 | Bequest of John L. Severance
 Provenance
Rodolphe Kann, Paris, 1907; John L. Severance, Cleveland. John L. Severance Collection, 1936.
       
1958.320
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 Gerard David (Netherlandish, 1450/60 - 1523)
The Nativity
Medium: oil on wood
Measurements: Framed: 102.5cm x 76cm x 7.5cm, Unframed: 85.2cm x 59.7cm
Date: c. 1485-1490
1958.320 | Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund
 Provenance
Possibly from a Russian coll.; Richard von Kaufmann, Berlin, 1898; (Cassirer and Helbing, Berlin sale, December 4, 1917, no. 78); Walter von Pannwitz, Berlin; Frau C. von Pannwitz, Hartekamp near Haarlem (1917); (Rosenberg & Stiebel, NY)
       
1989.155
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 Jean-Baptiste Defernex (French, c. 1729 - 1783)
Portrait of a Woman
Former title: Bust of a Woman
Medium: terracotta, marble
Measurements: Overall: 39.3cm x 24.6cm x 14.7cm, without base: 31.5cm
Date: 1759
1989.155 | Bequest of Mrs. Severance A. Millikin
 Provenance
Galerie de Bayser & Strolin (Paris, France), sold to Severance and Greta Millikin, 1965

Severance and Greta Millikin, upon his death, retained by Greta Millikin

Greta Millikin, upon her death, held in trust by the estate.

Estate of Greta Millikin, by bequest to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1989.
       
1958.28
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 Edgar Degas (French, 1834 - 1917)
Stefanina Primicile Carafa, Marchioness of Cicerale and Duchess of Montejasi
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Framed: 67.63cm x 58.42cm x 6.03cm, Unframed: 49cm x 39.4cm
Date: c. 1875
1958.28 | Bequest of Leonard C. Hanna, Jr.
 Provenance
Carafa Family, Naples. Mrs. Millicent A. Rogers. Paul Rosenberg & Co., New York, by 1942. Purchased by Leonard C. Hanna Jr., on 25 June 1951. Bequeathed to the CMA in 1958.
       
1951.430
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 Edgar Degas (French, 1834 - 1917)
Sheet of Studies and Sketches
Former title: Sheet of Sketches
Exhibition title: Florentine Study Sheet
Medium: graphite (central head study), pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, and watercolor
Measurements: Sheet: 30.3cm x 23.5cm
Date: 1858
1951.430 | John L. Severance Fund
 Provenance
Estate of the artist (Lugt 658, lower left, in red ink; Lugt 657, verso, upper center, in red ink); [fourth Degas sale, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, 2-4 July 1919, no. 74b (repr.): "Tête de femme.-Tête d'homme.-Lutteurs.-Cavalier"]; purchased by Nunès for 2,000 F (annotated catalogue). "Private Collection" (according to George 1931). [Victor D. Spark].
       
1976.130
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 Edgar Degas (French, 1834 - 1917)
Angel Blowing a Trumpet
Medium: black chalk
Measurements: Sheet: 44.1cm x 54.1cm
Date: 1857-1859
1976.130 | Gift of The Print Club of Cleveland
 Provenance
Monsieur Romanelli (according to Philippe Brame, letter in cma files); [sale "Le tout appartenant à Monsieur R . . .," Drouot, Paris, 21 November 1936, no. 8 (repr.) (according to Brame letter, this was Monsieur Romanelli sale)]. Prof. François, Lyon (according to Philippe Brame, letter in cma files); [Hector Brame-Jean Lorenceau, Paris].
       
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 attributed to Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798 - 1863)
Figure in Turkish Costume
Medium: oil on paper, glued to canvas
Measurements: Unframed: 43.2cm x 32.4cm
Date: c. 1856-1863
1970.159 | Gift of Paul and Odette Wurzburger
 Provenance
Artist's estate sale, Paris, Drouot, 17-19 February 1864, in the section Études après nature (lot 188) as one of Trois études de costumes d'hommes de l'Orient (in annoted copy in Frick Library, New York, handwritten in margin: 215, 255, 155). To M. Muret (or M. Prévost). Mme Marie-Louise Guinot, ca. 1926-27. Her husband Georges Aubry, who sold it ca. 1930. His son, Claude Aubry, bought the sketch at the Paris sale, Drouot, 6 March 1967 (lot 7). Paul and Odette Wurzburger, Cleveland. Given to the CMA in 1970.
       
1973.33
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 imitator of Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798 - 1863)
Count Demetrius de Palatiano in Suliot Costume
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Unframed: 40.7cm x 33.2cm
Date: not dated
1973.33 | Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund
 Provenance
This provenance is based on Johnson 1981, vol. 1.

Entered in the books of Goupil & Cie (after 1875 Boussod, Valadon & Cie) as Figure turque, under nos. 15099, 15136, 15138, 15510. Acquired 26 January 1881 from de Laage and sold to Daupias, 1 February 1881, for ff 6,700. Repurchased from Daupias, 7 February 1881, and sold to Hattat on the same date for ff 7,500. Bought back from Hattat, 8 February 1881, for ff 4,200. Sold to Goldschmidt of Frankfurt, 4 April 1881, for ff 7,500. Bought back from Goldschmidt, 22 June 1881, for ff 2,430. Received ff 4,200 from Escribe, 25 May 1887. On this date was for sale at the liquidation sale of Goupil & Cie. Their sale, Paris, Drouot, 25-27 May 1887 (lot 43), Figure turque, 39 x 34 cm, for ff 2,550 to Brame. Paul-Arthur Chéramy, by 1907. His sale, Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, 5-7 May 1908 (lot 159, repr.), Le comte Palatiano, 41 x 33 cm, Salon de 1827, for ff 18,100 to Schoeller for Count Pastré. Count Pastré until at least 1930. D. David-Weill. Mme David-Weill (d. 1970). Robert Schmit, Paris. Eugene V. Thaw, New York. Purchased by the CMA in 1973.
       
1980.256
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 Paul Delaroche (French, 1797 - 1856)
Offering to the God Pan
Foreign title: Offrande au dieu Pan
Medium: oil on fabric
Measurements: Unframed: 25.2cm x 20.7cm
Date: 1855
1980.256 | Bequest of Noah L. Butkin
 Provenance
Goupil in 1856. Artist's sale, Paris, Drouot, 12-13 June 1857 (lot 6), Paysage peint à Ems. Année 1854, sold for ff 2,000 to Goupil. Vincent van Gogh sale, The Hague, Pulchri Studio, 2-3 April 1889 (lot 42), as dated 1851, for fl 210 to General Hopkinson. Bury Street Gallery, London, ca. 1972-73, whose director Lady Abdy claims to have bought it at sale at Christie's, London, at that time. Sold by her to Shepherd Gallery, New York. Ferrers Gallery, London (according to Ziff 1977). Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Butkin, Cleveland. Bequeathed to the CMA in 1980.
       
1983.67
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 André Derain (French, 1880 - 1954)
The Houses of Parliament from Westminster Bridge
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Framed: 106cm x 124.5cm x 10cm, Unframed: 73.6cm x 92cm
Date: 1906
1983.67 | Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund
 Provenance
(A. Vollard, Paris); H. Gonzalez, Mexico City; Van der Velde coll., Le Havre; (London sale 1978); (E. V. Thaw)
       
1964.293
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 Narcisse Diaz de la Peña (French, 1807 - 1876)
The Pyrenees, the Peak of the Midi de Bigorre
Foreign title: Les Pyrénées: le pic du Midi de Bigorre
Medium: oil on wood panel
Measurements: Unframed: 21.2cm x 27cm
Date: 1871-1872
1964.293 | Severance and Greta Millikin Collection
 Provenance
R. de la Guerinière, Paris. R. Caby, Paris. Delattre (dealer), Paris, Rue Rossini 1963. Claude Aubry, Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Severance A. Millikin, Cleveland, 1963. Given to the CMA in 1964.
       
1985.40
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 Otto Dix (German, 1891 - 1969)
Josef May
Medium: oil, egg tempera, and other media on board
Measurements: Framed: 105.09cm x 88.9cm x 6.03cm, Unframed: 84cm x 68.8cm
Date: 1926
1985.40 | Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund
 Provenance
The sitter (who died 1938), to his brother-in-law, Hugo Simons, Montreal; Ghitta Caiserman-Roth, Montreal; (Fischer Fine Arts, London)
       
1964.445
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 Domenichino (Italian, 1581 - 1641)
Temperance
Medium: black chalk heightened with white chalk, squared with black chalk
Measurements: Sheet: 59.2cm x 43.7cm, Secondary Support: 61.2cm x 45.7cm, Tertiary Support: 61.2cm x 45.7cm
Date: 1628-1630
1964.445 | Dudley P. Allen Fund
 Provenance
Lord Barrymore. Prof. J. Isaacs; [his sale, Sotheby's, London, 27 February 1964, 10, no. 24 (as seventeenth-century Italian School)]; Gemma Donati (as Porbu in sales catalogue; see letter from Jacob Bean, cma files).
       
1981.51
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 attributed to Giorgio de Chirico (Italian, 1888 - 1978)
and Óscar Domínquez (Spanish, 1906 - 1959)
Metaphysical Interior
Medium: oil on canvas
Measurements: Framed: 95.6cm x 77.5cm x 5.2cm, Unframed: 73.2cm x 54cm
Date: c. 1917-1939
1981.51 | John L. Severance Fund
 Provenance
Paul Eluard, Paris (1937). Bernard Poissonier, Paris (1952, 1972). (E. V. Thaw, New York).
       
1987.198
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 follower of Georg Raphael Donner (Austrian, 1693 - 1741)
Venus and Adonis
Medium: lead
Measurements: Overall: 20.6cm x 20.7cm
Date: mid-1700s
1987.198 | John L. Severance Fund
 Provenance
Gordon Balderston (London, England), sold to the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1987.
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