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Title

Horse market, Syria

1893


Artist

Alberto Pasini

Italy, France

03 Sep 1826 - 15 Dec 1899


Details


Alternative title

Marché aux chevaux, Syrie


Date

1893


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on canvas


Dimensions

51.0 x 69.0 cm stretcher; 84.0 x 103.0 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed l.r., oil "A. Pasini". Not dated.


Credit

Purchased 1894


Accession number

896


Artist information

Alberto Pasini

Works in the collection

1


Shown in 3 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Provenance


Boussod, Valadon & Co, London/England, Purchased by the AGNSW from Boussod, Valadon & Co 1894.


Referenced in 9 publications

Bibliography


Mario Amaya, Art News, Jan 1973, 58.

Hossein Amirsadeghi (Editor), Drinkers of the Wind - The Arabian Horse, 'This Noble Breed', pg. 21-25, London, 1998, 25 (colour illus.).

Roger Benjamin, Ursula Prunster, Lynne Thornton and Mounira Khemir, Orientalism – Delacroix to Klee, Sydney, 1997-1998, 108 (colour illus.). cat.no. 49

Vittoria Botteri Cardoso, Pasini, circa 1991, 206, 368. cat.no. 853, plate no. 148

Giacconi, Bianco e Nero, Milan, 1917, 3 (illus.).

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, National Gallery of Victoria [Swanston Street] and Art Gallery of South Australia, Catalogue of the second interchange loan collections of oil paintings and watercolour drawings: exhibited in the Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide Galleries April, 1896, Sydney, 1896. cat.no. 6

Anna Waldmann, Renée Free and Nicholas Draffin, Salon and Académie: the charm of tradition: a catalogue of nineteenth-century European salon works, Sydney, 1984, (illus.). no catalogue numbers

Author Unknown, Lancellotti, 1943.

Author Unknown, Copeau, 1911, 15 (illus.).