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Rural Woman on a Path with a View of a Village

Title Rural Woman on a Path with a View of a Village
Date: circa 1850–1860
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Dimensions: overall: 9 3/4 × 13 × 1 in. (24.8 × 33 × 2.5 cm); frame: 15 3/4 × 19 3/8 × 3 1/8 in. (40 × 49.2 × 7.9 cm)
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Credit Line: Bequest of Joan Huntley
Object Number: 2021.15.2
 
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Classification: Paintings
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Created France, circa 1850–1860. [Hôtel Drouot, Paris, January 29, 1877, no. 10, as Paysage]; M. Diot. [Christie, Manson & Woods, London, July 12, 1902]; [Obach & Co., London, 1902]. [Arnold & Tripp, Paris, 1905, no. 6018]. [Galerie Tempelaere or Galerie F & J Tempelaere, Paris, April 1907] [1]. Emile Staub (1867–1929), Männedorf, Switzerland; to his wife Alma Staub-Terlinden (1883–1970), Männedorf, Switzerland and New York City, until at least 1942 [2]. [Haseltine, London, 1977]; [Shickman Gallery, New York, 1978]; [Gallery Lida, Tokyo, 1978]; Daimaru Department Store, Kobe, Japan; Private collection, circa 1978; thence by descent; [Sotheby’s, New York, November 4, 2011, no. 91]; Dr. Joan Huntley, Chapel Hill, NC; bequeathed to NCMA, 2019. [1] Julien and Ferdinand Tempelaere rebranded their business as Galerie F & J Tempelaere at some point following the death of their father, Gustave, in 1904. [2] Alma Staub-Terlinden moved to New York in March 1939. She loaned the painting to the Wildenstein & Co. Corot exhibition in 1942.

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