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Kees van Dongen

CAVALIER ARABE (JUFFERMANS JL 17), circa 1930

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on Arches paper, signed and numbered 23/95 in pencil (aside from the numbered edition of 100), with …

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on Arches paper, signed and numbered 23/95 in pencil (aside from the numbered edition of 100), with full margins, unframed.

14 5/8 x 11 3/4 inches; 371 x 298 mm.

Sheet 26.875 x 19 3/4 inches; 683 x 502 mm.

Kees van Dongen
French-Dutch, 1877–1968
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With his emotionally complex paintings of the European upper class, Kees van Dongen helped expand …

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With his emotionally complex paintings of the European upper class, Kees van Dongen helped expand and modernize the previously conventional genre of portraiture. Van Dongen was formatively influenced by his early involvement with Henri Matisse and the Fauves, and would retain a bold sense of color throughout his …

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About the work
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D
Doyle

on Arches paper, signed and numbered 23/95 in pencil (aside from the numbered edition of 100), with …

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on Arches paper, signed and numbered 23/95 in pencil (aside from the numbered edition of 100), with full margins, unframed.

14 5/8 x 11 3/4 inches; 371 x 298 mm.

Sheet 26.875 x 19 3/4 inches; 683 x 502 mm.

Kees van Dongen
French-Dutch, 1877–1968
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With his emotionally complex paintings of the European upper class, Kees van Dongen helped expand …

Read more

With his emotionally complex paintings of the European upper class, Kees van Dongen helped expand and modernize the previously conventional genre of portraiture. Van Dongen was formatively influenced by his early involvement with Henri Matisse and the Fauves, and would retain a bold sense of color throughout his …

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Kees van Dongen

CAVALIER ARABE (JUFFERMANS JL 17), circa 1930

Color lithograph
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