Pablo Picasso. Three Women at the Spring. Fontainebleau, summer 1921

Pablo Picasso

Three Women at the Spring

Fontainebleau, summer 1921

Medium
Oil on canvas
Dimensions
6' 8 1/4" x 68 1/2" (203.9 x 174 cm)
Credit
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Allan D. Emil
Object number
332.1952
Copyright
© 2017 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Department
Painting and Sculpture
This work is on view on Floor 5, in a Collection Gallery, with 7 other works online.
Pablo Picasso has 1,242 works  online.
There are 2,378 paintings online.
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The artist
John Quinn, New York. Acquired from the artist through Henri Pierre Roché, May 1922 - in Quinn's collection until his death in 1924
Estate of John Quinn, 1924 - 1926
Paul Rosenberg, Paris
Mrs. Mary / Meric Callery, New York. By 1940 - at least 1945
[Carlo Frua de Angeli, Milan (Mary Callery's second husband) ]
J. B. Neumann (Jsrael Ber Neumann), New York. By 1948
Mr. and Mrs. Allan D. Emil, New York. Purchased from J.B. Neumann, c. 1948 - 1952
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Allan D. Emil, 1952

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