Woman Combing Her Hair before a Mirror, c. 1870-1875

Edgar Degas
Norton Simon Art Foundation
© Norton Simon Art Foundation

Edgar Degas Estate, Paris (sale, Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, 6-8 May 1918, lot 31, as “Femme se coiffant,” for f. 25,000 to);
Durand-Ruel, Paris.
[Jacques Seligmann, Paris (sale, American Art Galleries, New York, 27 January 1921, lot 24, as Femme se coiffant, for $2850, to)];
[Ambroise Vollard].
[Durand-Ruel, New York, stock no. 4670, transferred June 1921 to];
[Durand-Ruel, Paris, Paris, stock no. 13044, consigned/sold 30 September 1929/2 January 1930 to];
[Rosengart Gallery, Lucerne, and Gallerie Thannhauser (no. 1420), Munich-Berlin, consigned ca. 29 January 1935 to];
[M. Knoedler & Co., New York, stock no. CA697, returned 15 May 1935 to];
[Rosengart Gallery, Lucerne (inv. no. 13044) and Galerie Thannhauser, Munich-Berlin (stock no. 1420), shipped to Paris by Rosengart on 17 June 1937 to;]
Justin K. Thannhauser, Paris/New York, sold 1963 to;
[Feilchenfeldt, Zurich, sold 1963 to];
[M. Knoedler & Co., New York; stock no. A8528, as Femme se Coiffant, sold 18 January 1968 to];
4th Marquis of Hertford (1800-1870), purchased 1861/1863, by inheritance to;
Sir Richard Wallace (1818-1890), by inheritance to;
Lady Wallace (d. 1897), by inheritance to;
Sir John Murray-Scott (1843-1912, by inheritance to;
Victoria Sackville-West, Lady Sackville (1864-1936, wife of 3rd Baron S.), sold 1914 to;
[Jacques Seligmann, Paris].
[?]Mrs. George F. Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred (Lady Wallace) Löwenstein, Brussels and London; by 1930.
[E. Speelman, London; sold 21 December 1949 to];
[Thos. Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London, stock nos. 0190 and 0191, sold 18 July 1951 to];
M. T. (Mrs. Richard) Warde, London (sale, London, Christie’s, 19 March 1965, lot 70, ill., as The Interrupted Supper).
[Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, stock nos. 7752 and 7753, as Le souper interrompu, sold 9 April 1967 to];
Norton Simon Art Foundation.


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