Lot 142

Serge CHARCHOUNE (Bougourrouslan 1888- Villeneuve Saint Georges 1975)

Nature Morte, 1927

Huile sur toile

61 x 50 cm

Signé et daté en bas à droite Charchoune II - V 27

Porte au dos une ancienne étiquette sur le châssis mentionnant: Expo Mars - Avril 48 n° 8; et sur une autre Collection Raymond Creuze



Provenance:

Collection Creuze, Paris

Collection particulière



Exposition:

Charchoune oeuvres de 1926-1931, Galerie Raymond Creuze, Paris, 1948

Charchoune, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1971



Bibliographie:

Raymond Creuze, Charchoune, tome 1, Paris, 1975; n° 89 reproduit page 81

Pierre Guenegan, Charchoune, tome 2, Carouge, n° 1927/071 reproduit page 194

Estimate : 20 000 € - 30 000 €

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Serge CHARCHOUNE (Bougourrouslan 1888- Villeneuve Saint Georges 1975)

Nature Morte, 1927

Huile sur toile

61 x 50 cm

Signé et daté en bas à droite Charchoune II - V 27

Porte au dos une ancienne étiquette sur le châssis mentionnant: Expo Mars - Avril 48 n° 8; et sur une autre Collection Raymond Creuze



Provenance:

Collection Creuze, Paris

Collection particulière



Exposition:

Charchoune oeuvres de 1926-1931, Galerie Raymond Creuze, Paris, 1948

Charchoune, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1971



Bibliographie:

Raymond Creuze, Charchoune, tome 1, Paris, 1975; n° 89 reproduit page 81

Pierre Guenegan, Charchoune, tome 2, Carouge, n° 1927/071 reproduit page 194

Estimate : 20 000 € - 30 000 €


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