(France 23 Sep 1879 – 20 May 1965)
73.3 x 57.7 cm stretcher; 101.0 x 84.5 x 6.0 cm frame
Paul Rosenberg, pre Dec 1939, Paris/France, Listed in 1939 catalogue as in Rosenberg's collection.
David Jones' Art Gallery, Sydney, Dec 1939, Sydney/New South Wales/Australia, Purchased by the AGNSW from David Jones Art Gallery 1939. Purchased from 'The Daily Telegraph Exhibition of French and British Modern Art' as by Gauguin 'La Cabaretière' (1888).
Peter Bellow (Editor), Art in Australia [series 4, no. 1], Sydney, Mar 1941, 17. as by Gauguin
Raymond Cogniat, Gauguin, Paris, 1947, 27. as by Gauguin
Raymond Cogniat, Gauguin, Paris, 1938, 20 (illus.). as by Gauguin - omitted from a later edition. This caused Camoin to recognize his work and complain to the editor of Arts Journal, France
Danièle Giraudy, Camoin catalogue raisonné, 1973.
Maurice Malingue, Gaugin le peintre et son oevre, Paris, 1948, 62 (illus.). as La Cabaretiere, Arles, not signed, not dated, attrib. to Camoin
National Art Gallery of New South Wales, National Art Gallery of New South Wales Annual Report 1939, Sydney, 1939, 9, 10 (illus.).
Ronald Pullen, Daily telegraph and daily news, article, Sydney, 02 Feb 1948. Reported from Paris
Jill Sykes (Editor), Look, 'Battle of the new: Picasso and peers versus the pillars of the Australian art establishment', pg. 14-18, Newtown, Mar 2005, 14 (colour illus.).
Author Unknown, Adventures in Art, Sydney, circa 1945.
Editor Unknown (Editor), The Daily Telegraph exhibition of French and British modern art, Sydney, 1939, (illus.). cat.no. 42, as 'La Cabaretière' (1888)
The Daily Telegraph exhibition of French and British modern art: