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LUCIEN LÉVY-DHURMER (1865-1953) Portrait of a Noble lady - Pastel on board laid on [...]

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LUCIEN LÉVY-DHURMER (1865-1953)Portrait of a Noble lady Pastel on board laid on canvasSigned ‘Levy Dhurmer’ (lower left)60 x 72.5 cmSon of Salomon Lévy and Pauline Goldhurmer, Lucien Levy-Dhurmer (1865-1953) was a painter, sculptor, ceramist, interior decorator. At the age of 14 he entered a drawing and sculpture high school of in Paris 11th arrondissement.In 1882 he took part in the «Salon des Artistes Français», and he worked as a potter from 1887 to 1895 at the Clément Massier pottery factory in Golfe Juan. Alongside this, he continued to paint in oil and pastel and participated in the 1896 «Théatred’application de la Bodiniére» by exhibiting together with Amon-Jean, Menard, Osbert, Schwebe, Séan, the great symbolists of the late 1800s. Appreciated artist in Paris in 1895, he began his rise thanks to the Petit Gallery, he participated in the «Salon» and in his studio in Paris he made numerous portraits on private commission.Famous for his pastels preserved today at the Musée d’Orsay and Petit Palais together with selected private collections, he is one of the 19th century French School masters. Some of his furniture is also preserved at the Metropolitan Museum of NY.Starting price : 10000

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LUCIEN LÉVY-DHURMER (1865-1953)Portrait of a Noble lady Pastel on board laid on canvasSigned ‘Levy Dhurmer’ (lower left)60 x 72.5 cmSon of Salomon Lévy and Pauline Goldhurmer, Lucien Levy-Dhurmer (1865-1953) was a painter, sculptor, ceramist, interior decorator. At the age of 14 he entered a drawing and sculpture high school of in Paris 11th arrondissement.In 1882 he took part in the «Salon des Artistes Français», and he worked as a potter from 1887 to 1895 at the Clément Massier pottery factory in Golfe Juan. Alongside this, he continued to paint in oil and pastel and participated in the 1896 «Théatred’application de la Bodiniére» by exhibiting together with Amon-Jean, Menard, Osbert, Schwebe, Séan, the great symbolists of the late 1800s. Appreciated artist in Paris in 1895, he began his rise thanks to the Petit Gallery, he participated in the «Salon» and in his studio in Paris he made numerous portraits on private commission.Famous for his pastels preserved today at the Musée d’Orsay and Petit Palais together with selected private collections, he is one of the 19th century French School masters. Some of his furniture is also preserved at the Metropolitan Museum of NY.Starting price : 10000

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All lots marked with the symbol are under temporary importation are subject to import tax (5.5%) (EU).
Fine art Lots: 506, 509, 524, 525, 553, 554


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6. TEMPORARY IMPORTATION

6.1. Any Lot marked with a symbol “plus (+)” are “free port” and are subject to import tax.

The Buyer intending to import the aforesaid Lot into the European Union should be aware that an import tax will be due on the Hammer Price.

This import tax shall be paid to Hermitage Fine Art in addition to other fees

(e.g.: 5.5% for antiques and works of art in Monaco).

6.2. Any other Lots are in free circulation within the European Union.

6.3. The Buyer shall be responsible for checking and fulfilling all the conditions for the transportation of the Lots to their destination, including, but not limited to, checking the import status of the Lots, and the regulations for importation at destination.


2. The following lots are subject to Artist's Resale Right (an additional 3% will be added to hammer price)
(Authors of original works of art are entitled to a royalty each time one of their works is resold through an art market professional)

Fine Art lots: 534, 536, 553, 555, 615, 617, 618

 

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