Lot 178

Roger DE LA FRESNAYE (1885 - 1925)

L'écossais

Gouache sur papier
19,5 x 24 cm
Signé et daté en bas à droite La Fresnaye 1923

Provenance:
Collection Jacques Dubourg
Collection particulière

Exposition:
Roger de la Fresnaye, Paris, 1950 n° 181
Roger de la Fresnaye, Lyon, 1951, n° 62

Bibliographie:
Waldemar George, planche 25;
Waldemar George, L'Amour de l'Art, 1926, reproduit
Germain Seligman, Roger de la Fresnaye, catalogue raisonné de l'œuvre, Neuchâtel, 1969, n°411, reproduit p. 228

Cette gouache est proche des dessins de 1921…La tête du cheval, admirablement stylisée est allongée à la mnière des personnages de l'hommage au Greco et des Palefreniers

Estimate : 4 000 € - 6 000 €

  • Detailed information
  • Author
  • How to bid ?

Roger DE LA FRESNAYE (1885 - 1925)

L'écossais

Gouache sur papier
19,5 x 24 cm
Signé et daté en bas à droite La Fresnaye 1923

Provenance:
Collection Jacques Dubourg
Collection particulière

Exposition:
Roger de la Fresnaye, Paris, 1950 n° 181
Roger de la Fresnaye, Lyon, 1951, n° 62

Bibliographie:
Waldemar George, planche 25;
Waldemar George, L'Amour de l'Art, 1926, reproduit
Germain Seligman, Roger de la Fresnaye, catalogue raisonné de l'œuvre, Neuchâtel, 1969, n°411, reproduit p. 228

Cette gouache est proche des dessins de 1921…La tête du cheval, admirablement stylisée est allongée à la mnière des personnages de l'hommage au Greco et des Palefreniers

Estimate : 4 000 € - 6 000 €


How to bid?

 

Registering

To place bids, you need to create an account by clicking on “Register to bid,” which is very easy and takes only a few minutes.
You’ll be asked for your full contact details, as well as bank details.

Bidding

Once you’re connected, bidding is very simple. Simply type your maximum bid in the box, and our software will then bid on your behalf up to the amount registred – and never higher. If another bidder exceeds your maximum bid, you’ll be notified by email. After validating your maximum bid, you cannot change it unless you want to raise it up.

The auction's end time is the time in which the system is automatically going to award the lots. It awards one lot per minute, so if, for instance, the auction end time is 2 pm o’clock, at that moment the system is going to award the lot #1, at 2:01 pm the lot #2 and so on… Each lot have a specific end time which you can find at the lot’s description.

If there is a last minute bid, additional 3 minutes are added to the timer. It allows bidders to bid again without disturbing the other lots timers.

At the end of the auction countdown time, you win the auction if no other bidder has placed a maximum bid that is higher than yours.

Tracking

In your account, you’ll find a dashboard where you can track your auctions and favourites.

At the end of the auction, on your account you will find your invoice stating your purchase.

 

Any questions?Contact us

By telephone
+33 (1) 472 793 29

Online with our Contact form