our latest acquisition
This watercolor and pencil drawing is identified as one of a series of nine large-format sheets exhibited by Auguste Rodin in 1900 – all depicting female nudes. The exhibition was a self-curated retrospective staged at the Pavillon de l’Alma in Paris. The drawing will be included in the Catalogue raisonné. Read more.
The Dallas Museum of Art acquired our painting by Derick Baegert.
Read more about the acquisition in The Art Newspaper.
work of the month
From his studio window at 9 Quai d’Anjou on the Île Saint-Louis, Honoré Daumier could look directly down on the horses being led to their watering place on the Seine. In the 1850s, he began to record his observations in a series of paintings depicting horses and riders at the watering place. Read more.