Pablo Picasso. Girl with a Mandolin (Fanny Tellier). Paris, late spring 1910

Pablo Picasso

Girl with a Mandolin (Fanny Tellier)

Paris, late spring 1910

Oil on canvas
39 1/2 x 29" (100.3 x 73.6 cm)
Nelson A. Rockefeller Bequest
Object number
© 2017 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Painting and Sculpture
This work is not on view.
Pablo Picasso has 1,241 works online.
There are 2,314 paintings online.
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1910, Pablo Picasso, Paris.
1910 - 1914, Wilhelm Uhde, Paris.
1914 - May 30, 1921, Uhde collection and gallery stock, sequestered during World War I by the French government as enemy property and sold through Hôtel Drouot (Collection Uhde: Tableaux Modernes, Paris, May 30, 1921, lot 44).
May 30, 1921 - May 18-19, 1925, Christian Tetzen-Lund (1852-1936), Copenhagen, purchased at auction Hôtel Drouot and sold at the auction sale of the Tetzen-Lund collection (Franske og Skandinaviske Billeder tilhørende Tetzen-Lund’s Samlinger, Copenhagen, May 18-19, 1925, lot 99).
May 18-19, 1925 - ?, Paul Rosenberg, Paris [possibly on consignment with Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, Berlin and Düsseldorf], purchased at auction from Christian Tetzen-Lund through Wilhelm Hansen.
André Breton, Paris, acquired from Paul Rosenberg.
By 1931 - 1937, René Gaffé, Bruxelles and Cagnes-sur-Mer, purchased through/from André Breton and Paul Éluard, Paris.
1937 - November 1956, Roland A. Penrose, London and Sussex, purchased from René Gaffé through Zwemmer Gallery.
November 1956 - 1979, Nelson A. Rockefeller, New York, purchased from Roland A. Penrose through Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
1979, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, acquired by bequest from Nelson A. Rockefeller.

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