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Bequest of John S. Newberry
In pencil, lower left: E Boudin
Stamped in blue ink, lower right: E.B/ (sic) (Lugt 828)
In pencil, above and at the same time as the signature, lower left: Honfleur 58.
artist's studio sale
unknown family (acquired it directly from Boudin), to
César de Hauke (dealer), NY, to
John S. Newberry, 1950.
"FAMILY ART GAME", DIA Advertising Supplement, DETROIT FREE PRESS, May 20, 1979, p 30 (ill).
Eugene Louis Boudin, Fishing Boat in Honfleur Harbor, 1858, pastel. Detroit Institute of Arts, Bequest of John S. Newberry, 65.136.
Eugene Louis Boudin
Hans Sebald Beham