LILAS BLANC DANS UN VASE DE VERRE

Oil on Canvas
Signed Bottom right: Manet
54 x 41 cm
1882

Lochard, n° 23.

Painted in 1883 according to the catalog of the exhibition of 1884; it would be the penultimate painting painted by Manet, on the 28 February 1883.

Expositions:

La Peinture française au XIXe Siècle, Musée du Prince Paul, Belgrade, 1939, hors catalogue; Still-Lifes from Manet to Picasso, Durand-Ruel, New York, 1944, n° 10; French Masterpieces, Paul Rosenberg, New York, 1945, n° 11; Masterpieces by Manet, Paul Rosenberg, New York, 1946-1947, n° 11; Loan Exhibitions of Paintings of Still-Lifes, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Mass., 1947, s.n°; Chardin to Cézanne, Arnold Seligmann, New York, 1947, n° 25; Still-Life from Manet to Picasso, Durand-Ruel, New York, 1949, n° 10; Ingres to Lautrec, Paul Rosenberg, New York, 1952, n° 8.

Literature

Moreau-Nélaton, 1926, t. II, p. 93, fig. 332; P. Jamot – G. Wildenstein, 1932, n° 545; A. Tabarant, 1947, p. 468, n° 448; M. Bodelsen, Early Impressionist Sales, 1874-1894, in: Burlington Magazine, juin 1968, pp. 341-342, n° 27; D. Rouart – S. Orienti, 1970, n° 423b; Denis Rouart – Daniel Wildenstein, Edouard Manet: Catalogue Raisonné Part 1. 1975, n°428.

Provenance

sale Manet, Drouot, Paris, 4-5 February 1884, replacing n° 27 (David); sale, Mrs Houston and Others, Parke-Bernet, New York, 29 April 1943, n° 45 (Paul Rosenberg); P.A., France