Claude Monet. On the Cliff at Pourville, Clear Weather. 1882

Claude Monet

On the Cliff at Pourville, Clear Weather


Oil on canvas
25 1/2 x 31 3/4" (64.7 x 80.7 cm)
Bequest of Janice H. Levin
Object number
Painting and Sculpture
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Claude Monet has 6 works  online.
There are 2,383 paintings online.
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1882, Claude Monet.

April or October 1882 - 1883 (?), Galerie Durand-Ruel (Paul Durand-Ruel, 1831-1922), Paris, purchased from the artist.

1883 (?) - 1893, Dr. Jean-Baptiste Faure, Paris.

January 3, 1893 - at least 1946 (probably 1961), Galerie Durand-Ruel, Paris (Paul Durand-Ruel, then his sons, Charles and Georges Durand-Ruel, art dealers), purchased from Faure.

Jean d'Alayer, Paris.

Sam Salz, New York.

1969 - 1971, Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Levin, New York.

Mrs. Janice Levin Friedman (1913-2001), New York, inherited from her husband Philip J. Levin.

1991, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, acquired by bequest from Janice H. Levin.

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