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The defenestration, 1618
(La Defénestration, 1618)
(1889-1890)

Medium
oil on canvas
Measurements
132.7 × 210.6 cm
Inscription
inscribed in black and brown paint l.l.: V. BROŽĺK. PARiS.
Accession Number
p.316.1-1
Department
International Painting
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Purchased, 1890
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Gallery location
Not on display
Provenance

With H. Koekkoek & Sons (dealer), Melbourne, by 1890; exhibited Autumn Exhibition, H. Koekkoek & Sons, Melbourne, 1890, no. 44[1]; from where purchased for the NGV, 1890.

[1] See Catalogue of a highly important collection of high-class modern pictures : exhibited by H. Koekkoek & Sons of 72 Piccadilly, London, W., at the Koekkoek Gallery, 331 & 333 Collins Street, Melbourne, Melbourne: Mason, Firth & McCutcheon, Printers, 1890, no. 44, p. 13-14, accessed via State Library of Victoria, http://handle.slv.vic.gov.au/10381/107431. Purchased with Paul Joanowitch's The traitor (p.318.1-1).



Exhibited, Autumn exhibition, Koekkoek & Sons, Melbourne, 1890, no. 44.

Colourmen

Colourman
LEFRANC
Location
Stamped 4 x across reverse of canvas
Transcription
LEFRANC.../....
Medium
Ink stamp
More information
Guide Labreuche (FR)
National Portrait Gallery