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Lists of works with incomplete provenance during the period 1933 - 1945

Glasgow Museums

Contact details for further enquiries about works of art in this list, can be found in the Glasgow Museums Spoliation Report.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

The majority of the Old Master works in the collection entered the Museum by gift or bequest during the second half of the 19th century - McLellan, 1854; Euing, 1874 and Graham -Gilbert, 1877 and so fall outside the bounds of this investigation.

The important holdings of 19th century French paintings began with gifts and bequests - James Reid of Auchterarder, 1896; and James Donald, 1905 that are outside the scope of this investigation. Since 1927 many important Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works have been purchased for the Museum through The Hamilton Trust. The most significant bequest of French 19th century painting to the Museum was that of William McInnes in 1944. Unfortunately little documentation accompanied this bequest - there are no known existing purchase records - and so, while it is believed that many of these paintings were purchased prior to 1933, we have no documentary proof of this. The McInnes collection has been in the public domain both in terms of display and from the numerous summary catalogues that have been published. The most recent - French Paintings and Drawings, Illustrated Summary Catalogue, 1985 - illustrates (largely in colour) each of the works in this part of the collection. A scholarly catalogue of the French 19th century collection is in preparation. In addition, many of the French 19th century oils and works on paper can be viewed in digitized form on SCRAN's website (SCOTTISH CULTURAL RESOURCES ACCESS NETWORK).

A major recent bequest is that of Julius Lewis Lyons. Born in Glasgow in 1905, he was the son of Harris Nussbaum Lyons, Master Jeweller (Jewish immigrant from Poland) and Rosie Friedman (immigrant from Hungary). Mr. Lyons worked in his father's business and took it over on return from war service in 1945. Most of his private collection of Old Master drawings, Scottish silver and antiquities was acquired at auctions and private house sales (source: his executor, a cousin). He did not leave any records of these purchases or notes of immediate provenance. The location of the sales is likewise unrecorded, but it is believed they were all in Great Britain. It is also believed that most of his collecting was done after the war, but he did collect to a small degree prior to 1945. (He presented a painting by W. P. Frith in 1943 in memory of his father, who died that year).

The bulk of his collection of drawings was collected by 1953, when he placed the drawings on long-term loan to Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum. They were toured as an exhibition by the Scottish Arts Council and were also displayed regularly in the Museum. Mr. Lyons continued to add to the loan from time to time through the 1960s, '70s ,'80s, and '90s.

All loan items were bequeathed when he died in 1999 on the condition that they be displayed regularly. He had intimated to relevant staff, in writing, that he intended to bequeath the silver, but the drawings, sculpture and other antiquities had not been mentioned in this context, and it was not felt appropriate to press him on the matter.

Adolphe MONTICELLI

Ladies of quality
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 14.3 x 11 in
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2404
Provenance
?Alexander Young collection - see sale catalogue 30 June 1910, n 104, sold to Duke of Marlborough;
Questions in the operative period
Was this work in the Young collection?
Was the work in the Duke of Marlborough's collection?
When and from whom did McInnes acquire the work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1944?

Adolphe WEISZ

Going to Mass
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 55.3 x 33 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss Margaret H. Garroway, 1947
  • Reference: 2604
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Garroway acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

after François BOUCHER

Sylvia Saved by Amintas
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: Oval - diameter 134 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased from George Campbell, 1952
  • Reference: 2958
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Campbell acquire the work?
Where was it between 1933-45?

after Carlo MARATTA

Saint Turibius of Lima converting the Indians
  • Materials: pen and ink on tracing paper
  • Dimensions: 24.9 x 20.6 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ar
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

after François BOUCHER

Amintas Revived by Sylvia
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: Oval - diameter 134 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by George Campbell, 1952
  • Reference: 2959
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
From whom did Campbell purchase the work and when?
Where was it between 1933-45?

after François LEMOINE

Hercules and Omphale
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 68.6 x 54.6
  • Acquisition: Purchased from the Hazlitt Gallery, London, 1953
  • Reference: 2999
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Hazlitt acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

after RUBENS

A Man and a Girl
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 31.8x28cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3428
Provenance
No provenance, temporarily registered 1988
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom was this work acquired?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Albert NEUHUYS

Portrait of a Woman
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 47.6 x 37.5 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.az
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1982 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Alfred SISLEY

Village Street, Moret-sur-Loing
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 38.1 x 46 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest,1944
  • Reference: 2424
Provenance
Alex Reid & Lefevre; William McInnes
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Reid & Lefevre acquire the work?
Did Reid & Lefevre sell work to McInnes, when?

Alfred SISLEY

Boatyard at Saint-Mammes
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 38.1 x 55.8 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest ,1944
  • Reference: 2646
Provenance
Francois Depeaux, Rouen; Vente Depeaux, Galeries Georges Petit, Paris, 31 May and 1 June 1906, lot n 43; purchased at sale by Leon Orosdi, Paris; Alfred Daber, Paris; Reid & Lefevre, London; from whom purchased through Annan by Hamilton Trustees in 1944 and presented to Glasgow Museums.
Questions in the operative period
When did work leave Orosdi collection?
When and from whom did Alfred Daber purchase the work?
When and from whom did Reid & Lefevre acquire the work?

Alphonse LEGROS

Edge of the Wood
  • Materials: sepia
  • Dimensions: 29.5 x 47 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Guy Knowles, 1953
  • Reference: 53-3
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Guy Knowles acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Alphonse LEGROS

Terrified Bacchantes
  • Materials: bistre
  • Dimensions: 26 x 40 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Guy Knowles, 1953
  • Reference: 53-3a
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Guy Knowles acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

André DERAIN

Blackfriars c1906
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 80.6 x 99.3 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1942
  • Reference: 2283
Provenance
Purchased from the artist by Ambroise Vollard, Paris; from whom purchased by Reid & Lefevre, London, 1938; from whom purchased by Glasgow Museums in 1942.
Questions in the operative period
When did Vollard purchase the work from Derain?
Did it remain in Vollard's possession from the time of that acquisition until 1938?
If not, where was it in that period?
Did it remain in the stock of Reid & Lefevre from 1938 until 1942?

André LHOTE

Negress
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 35.2 x 27 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by John Mathias 1951
  • Reference: 2930
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
From whom and when did Mathias acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?
When was the work painted?

André LHOTE

Nude
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 72.7 x 59 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by John Mathias, 1951
  • Reference: 2931
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
From whom and when did Mathias acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?
When was the work painted?

Annibale CARRACCI

The Head of a Satyr in Profile to the Right
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 37.1 x 26 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.o
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Antoine VOLLON

A Corner of the Louvre
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 31.8 x 40 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Sir John Richmond, 1948
  • Reference: 2813
Provenance
F.and J.Tempelaere; from whom purchased by Alex Reid, November 1919; from whom purchased by John P. Kinghorn, January 1920; Sir John Richmond.
Questions in the operative period
From whom and when did Richmond purchase this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Antoine-Joseph WIERTZ

The Devil Carrying Off One of the Damned
  • Materials: oil on canvas, laid down on wood
  • Dimensions: 42.8 x 34.6cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1954
  • Reference: 3061
Provenance
Purchased by Glasgow Museums from Galerie Jacobs, Brussels in 1954
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Galerie Jacobs acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Anton MAUVE

A Woman Driving Cattle
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 28.9 x 42.5cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by F.J. Nettlefold, 1948
  • Reference: 2691
Provenance
Holmberg de Bechfelt sale, The Hague, 9 June 1909, n 175; Coormans de Ruyter sale, The Hague, 16 May 1911, n 189.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did F.J.Nettlefold acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Anton MAUVE

A Woman Laying Out Linen to Bleach
  • Materials: watercolour and gouache
  • Dimensions: 20 x 31.6cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Mrs Maitland Ramsay, St Andrews, 1953
  • Reference: 53-8
Provenance
Provenance unrecorded
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mrs Ramsay acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Anton MAUVE

Farm Buildings at Wezup
  • Materials: pencil on buff paper
  • Dimensions: 31.1 x 48.9cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 56-U6
Provenance
unrecorded
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Glasgow Museums acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Antonio MANCINI

The sulky boy
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 91.4 x 71.1cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by David Perry, 1940
  • Reference: 2191
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mr Perry acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933-40?

Armand GUILLAUMIN

River Bank, Autumn
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 64 x 80 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1951
  • Reference: 2897
Provenance
? R.Lucius, Paris; G.Mitchell, London; Reid & Lefevre, London; from whom purchased by the Hamilton Trustees for Glasgow Museums in 1951.
Questions in the operative period
Did R. Lucius own this work?
If so, when and from whom did Lucius purchase it?
When and from whom did G.Mitchell purchase the work?
When and from whom did Reid & Lefevre purchase the work?

Armand GUILLAUMIN

The Coast at St Palais 1893
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 65.1 x 80.9 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1951
  • Reference: 2909
Provenance
? Reid & Lefevre, London; Mr. H.J. Dunsmuir, Ayr; purchased by Ian McNicol, Glasgow 1951; from whom purchased by Glasgow Museums in 1951.
Questions in the operative period
Was this work with Reid & Lefevre?
If so, when and from whom did they acquire it?
Did Mr. Dunsmuir acquire the work from Reid & Lefevre? When?
From whom did Mr McNicol purchase the work?

ascribed to Gustave COURBET

Portrait of a Woman
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 61 x 49.8 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1948
  • Reference: 2775
Provenance
Private Collection, Berlin; Matthiesen, Berlin; Blumenfeld Collection, Hamburg; Matthiesen, London; Reid & Lefevre, London, 1946; from whom purchased by the Hamilton Trustees for Glasgow Museums in 1948.
Questions in the operative period
What Private Collection was it in Berlin and from what date?
When was it acquired by Matthiesen and from whom?
How and when did it enter the Blumenfeld collection - from Matthiesen?
When did the Matthiesen collection re-acquire it and from whom?
Did Reid & Lefevre purchase it from Matthiesen in 1946?

ascribed to Jan Hendrik WEISSENBRUGH

An Artist Sketching from a Boat
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 24.4 x 29.5cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by the Rev. H.G.R. Hay-Boyd, Townend of Symington, 1941
  • Reference: 2231
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did the Rev. Hay-Boyd acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1941?

attributed to Annibale CARRACCI

A Monkey
  • Materials: pen and ink
  • Dimensions: 9.6 x 8.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.n
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

attributed to Agostino Mitelli

Caricature: A Priest and a Man in a Hat
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 20.7 x 14.5 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ao
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1963/80 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

attributed to Ercole GRAZIANI

A Draped Female Figure Seen From Behind
  • Materials: chalk on paper
  • Dimensions: -
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.j
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

attributed to FLEMISH SCHOOL, 16TH CENTURY

Mass of Saint Gregory
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 96.5x61cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3423
Provenance
No provenance, temporarily registered 1988
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom was this work acquired?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

attributed to Floris van SCHOOTEN

Still Life
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 40x55.9cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 2478
Provenance
Anon sale, Glasgow, 25 Mar 1920; presented by A B Clements, Renfrew, 1945
Questions in the operative period
Who purchased the work from the 1920 sale?
When and from whom did Clements purchase the work?
Likely that the work remained in Glasgow?

attributed to Francesco ZUCCARELLI

A Seated Female Nude
  • Materials: brush and wash
  • Dimensions: 53.1 x 40.8 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ag
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from c1963 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

attributed to Joseph-Marie VIEN

A Seated Bishop in Profile to the Right
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 42.2 x 28.6 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.p
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

attributed to Livio AGRESTI

A Group of Soldiers Seen From Behind
  • Materials: -
  • Dimensions: 22.8 x 26.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.at
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1980 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

attributed to Matteo ROSSELLI

An Angel Holding a Candlestick
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 24.2 x 14.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.al
Provenance
E Schapiro; Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

attributed to Niccolo dell' ABBATE

The Allegory of Peace
  • Materials: pen, ink and wash on prepared paper
  • Dimensions: 34.9 x 25.4 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ai
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

attributed to Paolo di Giovanni FEI

Saint Lawrence
  • Materials: tempera on wood with gold leaf
  • Dimensions: 62.9x31.1cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3359.
Provenance
Presented by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow, 1980, from whom previously on loan since 1971
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lyons purchase this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

attributed to Salvator ROSA

The Head of a Man Wearing a Turban
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 10.2 x 10.2 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ak
Provenance
Jonathan Richardson Sr; Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Auguste RENOIR

Portrait of Madame Charles Fray
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 64.8 x 54 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2419
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did McInnes purchase this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1944?

Auguste RENOIR

Still-life
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 15.9 x 25.4 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2420
Provenance
Maurice Gagnat sale, Paris, June 1925, lot 82; from which purchased by Etienne Bignou, Paris; sold to Leonard Gow; sold to William McInnes.
Questions in the operative period
When and to whom did Bignou sell this painting? (Gow?)
When and from whom did Gow acquire the work?
When and from whom did McInnes acquire the work?

Bernard de HOOG

Tea Time
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 49.8 x 66cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss M.A.W. Thomson, Lanark 1947
  • Reference: 2637
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Thomson acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Bernard Jean Corneille POTHAST

Interior with a Woman and Children
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 66 x 75.5cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Dr. D. Perry, 1940
  • Reference: 2192
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Dr. Perry acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1940?

Bernardus Johannes BLOMMERS

The Regatta
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 74.6 x 124.4cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by the executors of Mrs. F. C. Elgee, 1944
  • Reference: 2450
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mrs Elgee acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

BOLOGNESE SCHOOL 17th century

Cain Slaying Abel
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 23.5 x 18.7 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.e
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

BOLOGNESE SCHOOL 17th century

Two Seated Nudes With Garlands Seen From Behind
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 26 x 37.1 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.l
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Camille COROT

The River Bank
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 40.1 x 60.1 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2383
Provenance
Dr. Seymour; Louis Sarlin, Paris, 1904; Sarlin sale 1918; ? Leonard Gow; Alex Reid; William McInnes.
Questions in the operative period
Did Leonard Gow own this work - if so, where did he purchase it and when? When and from whom did Alex Reid acquire the work?
Did Reid sell it to McInnes? When?

Camille COROT

Mademoiselle de Foudras 1872
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 88.9 x 59.3 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by the Trustees of David W T Cargill ,1950
  • Reference: 2858
Provenance
...Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, by 1930; M.Knoedler and Co., New York, in Nov. 1930; D.W.T.Cargill until 1939; placed on consignment by his estate with
Bignou,New York and Reid & Lefevre, London; presented to Museum in 1950.
Questions in the operative period
Early provenance known in detail; but what happens after M. Knoedler and Co, New York acquire it in November 1930?
It seems to go from them to Cargill - when and how?

Camille PISSARRO

The Tow-Path
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 81.9 x 107.9 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1951
  • Reference: 2934
Provenance
Goldschmidt Collection, Berlin; Herbert Einstein (dealer), London; sold to Reid & Lefevre; from whom purchased by the Hamilton Trustees for Glasgow Museums in 1951.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Goldschmidt acquire the work?
When did it leave the Goldschmidt collection?
When and from whom did Einstein acquire the work?
When and from whom did Reid & Lefevre acquire the work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Charles CAMOIN

Place de Clichy, Paris c.1907
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 65.1 x 81.3 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1957
  • Reference: 3063
Provenance
Streit Collection, Berlin; purchased by the Matthiesen Gallery, London in 1954; from whom purchased by the Hamilton Trustees in 1957.
Questions in the operative period
When did this work enter and leave the Streit collection?
Did the Matthiesen Gallery purchase it directly from Streit?
If not, where was this work between leaving the Streit collection and entering Matthiesen's stock in 1954?

Charles Emile JACQUE

Study of a Shepherdess
  • Materials: charcoal
  • Dimensions: 28.3 x 16.5 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased from the Reid Gallery, London, 1964
  • Reference: 64-3
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did the Reid Gallery acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Charles Louis KRATKE

French Army on the March 1877
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 53 x 70.5 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss Margaret H. Garroway, 1947
  • Reference: 2602
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Garroway acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

circle of Agostino MITELLI

Caricature: A Man in Profile Holding a Hat
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 29.5 x 20.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.f
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Agostino MITELLI

Caricature: A Man on Horseback
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 34.3 x 23.2 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.g
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Agostino MITELLI

Caricature: A Man Wearing Spectacles
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 29.5 x 20.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.h
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Eustache LE SUEUR

The Death of Saint Bruno
  • Materials: chalk, pen, ink and wash
  • Dimensions: 26.7 x 19.7 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ax
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1982 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Giorgio VASARI

Samson and the Lion
  • Materials: pen, ink and wash
  • Dimensions: 8.8 x 19.6 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.aj
Provenance
E Schapiro; Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Giovanni Francesco BARBIERI, (GUERCINO)

A Reclining Putto
  • Materials: pencil and chalk on paper
  • Dimensions: 11.8 x 19 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.av
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1980 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Giovanni Francesco BARBIERI, (GUERCINO)

Saint Jerome
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 31.6 x 20.8 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.an
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1963/80 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Giovanni Francesco BARBIERI, (GUERCINO)

A Child Holding A Tambourine
  • Materials: Chalk
  • Dimensions: -
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ad
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1963 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Giovanni Francesco BARBIERI, (GUERCINO)

An Extensive Mountain Landscape
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 19.7 x 28.9 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ac
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

circle of Marco Antonio FRANCESCHINI

The Head of a Young Man Looking Down
  • Materials: Chalk
  • Dimensions: -
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3 PR.2000.4.m
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

David Adolph Constant ARTZ

Children on the Dunes
  • Materials: watercolour and gouache
  • Dimensions: 50.5 x 43.3cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Mrs Maitland Ramsay, St Andrews, 1953
  • Reference: 53-8a
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mrs Ramsay acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Domenica DUPRA

James Carnegie of Boyack in Angus
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 62.2x48.3cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3020
Provenance
Purchased from Mr N C E Ashton, London, 1954
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Ashton purchase the work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

Domenico Maria FRATTA

Three Soldiers in Conversation
  • Materials: chalk, pen, ink and wash
  • Dimensions: 11.3 x 11.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.t
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Domenico Maria FRATTA

The Martyrdom of St Peter
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 42.7 x 34.2 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.aq
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1963/80 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

DUTCH SCHOOL , 17TH CENTURY

Landscape with Ruins, Figures and Animals
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 45.8x42cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3429
Provenance
No provenance, temporarily registered 1988
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom was this work acquired?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

Dutch School - Late 18th or 19th century

The Head of a Young Woman
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 27.6 x 21cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Mrs A.J. MacLaren, 1940
  • Reference: 2187
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mrs MacLaren acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1940?

Edouard DETAILLE

The Drummer
  • Materials: watercolour on paper
  • Dimensions: 22.2 x 14.6 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss Margaret H. Garroway, 1947
  • Reference: 2599
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Garroway acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Edouard VUILLARD

The Lady In Green
  • Materials: oil on millboard
  • Dimensions: 30.2 x 22.5 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2426
Provenance
Bought from the artist on 26 May 1919 by Bernheim -Jeune, Paris; from whom sold on 11 October 1919 to Th. Justice of Dundee; by whom sold to Wm. McInnes.
Questions in the operative period
When did McInnes purchase the work from Justice?

Edouard VUILLARD

The Table
  • Materials: oil on cardboard
  • Dimensions: 25.4 x 34.3 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2427
Provenance
Joseph Hessel; purchased by Bernheim-Jeune, 11 March 1919; purchased by Thomas Justice, Dundee, 11 October 1919; purchased by William McInnes.
Questions in the operative period
When did McInnes purchase the work from Justice?

Edouard VUILLARD

Interior of the Drawing Room
  • Materials: oil on cardboard
  • Dimensions: 35.5 x 52.7 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2428
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
Where and when did McInnes purchase this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1944?

Edouard VUILLARD

Lunch in the Country
  • Materials: pastel on paper
  • Dimensions: 47.9 x 66 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2445
Provenance
Purchased from Vuillard on 5 April 1912 by Bernheim-Jeune (n 19.278, pl.1.047); there is no further provenance information - possibly Justice of Dundee or Percy Moore Turner?
Questions in the operative period
When and to whom did Bernheim-Jeune sell this work?
From whom and when was it purchased by McInnes?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

Emile BERNARD

Landscape, Saint-Briac 1889
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 54 x 65 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1985
  • Reference: 3401
Provenance
(?) Durand-Ruel; Ambroise Vollard; Private Collection; Sotheby's, London, 5 December 1984, lot 128, purchased by Crane Kalman Gallery, London from whom purchased by Glasgow Museums in 1985.
Questions in the operative period
Was this work with Durand-Ruel, when?
Did Durand-Ruel sell it to Vollard, when?
Who did Vollard sell the work to and when?
Did it go directly to the private collector who sold the work at Sotheby's in 1984?
Who was that collector?

Eugène BOUDIN

Marine
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 38 x 46 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by George B. Dunlop, 1951
  • Reference: 2916
Provenance
Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris; sold to Durand-Ruel on 18 November 1899; Galeries Durand-Ruel, Paris; from whom purchased by A. Tooth & Sons on 2 April 1936; G.B. Dunlop.
Questions in the operative period
Where was the work between 1899 and 1936?

EUROPEAN, 17TH CENTURY

Rocky Landscape with a River and a Bridge
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 127x142.2cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3435
Provenance
Presented by William Murray, 1948
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Murray purchase the work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

Federico ANDREOTTI

A ViolinTeacher
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 31.5 x 25.7 cms
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Margaret H. Garroway, 1946
  • Reference: 2598
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Garroway acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

follower of FRAGONARD

Spring
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 31 x 18.5 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 2692
Provenance
Thos Kirshaw; sold Christie's 10 December 1898; from where purchased by Leggat Bros; private collection; sold Christie's 23 July 1923 n 166; from which purchased by 'Mr Sabin' - perhaps W M Sabin, Duke Street; F. J. Nettlefold; by whom presented to Museum, 1948
Questions in the operative period
Who is Mr Sabin?
When and from whom did F.J. Nettlefold acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

follower of FRAGONARD

Summer
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 31 x 20 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by F. J. Nettlefold, 1948
  • Reference: 2693
Provenance
Thos Kirshaw; sold Christie's 10 December 1898; from where purchased by Leggat Bros; private collection; sold Christie's 23 July 1923 n 166; from which purchased by 'Mr Sabin' - perhaps W M Sabin, Duke Street; F. J. Nettlefold; by whom presented to Museum, 1948
Questions in the operative period
Who is Mr Sabin?
When and from whom did F.J. Nettlefold acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

follower of FRAGONARD

Autumn
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 31 x 18,5 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by F. J. Nettlefold, 1948
  • Reference: 2694
Provenance
Thos Kirshaw; sold Christie's 10 December 1898; from where purchased by Leggat Bros; private collection; sold Christie's 23 July 1923 n 166; from which purchased by 'Mr Sabin' - perhaps W M Sabin, Duke Street; F. J. Nettlefold; by whom presented to Museum, 1948
Questions in the operative period
Who is Mr Sabin?
When and from whom did F.J. Nettlefold acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

follower of PALMA VECCHIO

Madonna and Child
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 33x22.9cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3182
Provenance
Presented by Mrs John G Coats, 1948
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mrs Coats acquire the work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

follower of Polidoro da CARAVAGGIO

The Death of a Roman General
  • Materials: chalk, pen, ink and wash on paper
  • Dimensions: 16.3 x 22.9 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.au
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1980 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

François Saint BONVIN

Interior with Old Woman Kneeling 1854
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 37.4 x 28.6 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by T Craig Annan, 1950
  • Reference: 2853
Provenance
Possibly with Craibe Angus & Son, Glasgow; with T.R. Annan & Son by 1938; held on behalf of a trust estate; Christie's sale of 2 December 1938, lot 123, unsold and returned to T. R. Annan.
Questions in the operative period
Where and when did Annan acquire this work? Believed to be in Britain from c1900.

Francesco Galli BIBIENA

The Hall of a Fantastic Palace
  • Materials: black chalk, pen & brown ink, brown wash
  • Dimensions: 34.5 x 16.2 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.a
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Francesco Galli BIBIENA

The Hall of a Fantastic Palace
  • Materials: black chalk, pen & brown ink, brown wash
  • Dimensions: 33.3 x 18.1 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.b
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled the 'The Visitation'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.1
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'Pentecost'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum.
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.10
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'King David'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum.
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.11
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Virgin and Child in Garden of Paradise'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.12
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Trinity'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.13
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'A Requiem Mass'
  • Materials: body colour heightened with gold on vellum.
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.14
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Coronation of the Virgin'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.15
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled the 'The Angel Appears to the Shepherds'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.2
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Annunciation'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.3
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Nativity'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.4
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Adoration of the Magi'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.5
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Circumcision'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.6
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Flight into Egypt'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum.
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.7
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Crucifixion'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.8
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1420

Miniature, from a Book of Hours, entitled 'The Entombment'
  • Materials: bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 6.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.af.9
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Gaetano GANDOLFI

A Seated Nude Seen From Behind
  • Materials: chalk on paper
  • Dimensions: 31.1 x 21.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.k
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Gaetano GANDOLFI

Six Head Studies
  • Materials: chalk, pen and ink
  • Dimensions: 23.8 x 20.6 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.y
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Gaetano GANDOLFI

Eight Head Studies
  • Materials: pen and brown ink
  • Dimensions: 24.1 x 19.5 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.z
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Gaetano GANDOLFI

A Seated Nude Looking Down to the Right
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 43.8 x 26 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ae
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Georges MICHEL

Landscape with Cottages
  • Materials: oil on paper on canvas
  • Dimensions: 78.4 x 99
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1959
  • Reference: 3111
Provenance
Private collection, USA; Weitzner Gallery; from whom purchased by Hazlitt Gallery, London; ? from whom purchased, 1955, by a French dealer; from whom purchased by Messrs G M Lotinga Ltd., London; from whom purchased by Glasgow Museums in 1959.
Questions in the operative period
Who was the American private collector who owned this work?
When and where did they acquire the work?
When and where did the Weitzner Gallery acquire the work?
When did the Hazlitt Gallery acquire the work from Weitzner?

Georges ROUAULT

Circus Girl
  • Materials: oil on paper on canvas
  • Dimensions: 64.3 x 45.3 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Mrs Elizabeth M. Macdonald in memory of her husband Duncan M. Macdonald, 1959
  • Reference: 3101
Provenance
Etienne Bignou, Paris; sold 1940 to Reid & Lefevre, London; from whom acquired by Mrs E.M.Macdonald, by whom presented, in memory of her husband, to Glasgow Museums in 1959.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Bignou acquire the work?
When did Mrs Macdonald acquire the work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Georges SEURAT

House Among Trees
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 15.6 x 25.1 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2421
Provenance
F. Fénéon, Paris; Percy Moore Turner, Independent Gallery, London; from whom purchased by William McInnes
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Turner acquire the work?
When did McInnes acquire the work from Turner?

Georges SEURAT

The River Banks
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 15.9 x 25.1 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2422
Provenance
F. Fénéon collection, Paris; Etienne Bignou, Paris; Percy Moore Turner (Independent Gallery) London; William McInnes
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Bignou acquire the work? (Fénéon sale?)
When and from whom did Turner acquire the work?
When and from whom did McInnes acquire the work?

Georges SEURAT

Boy Sitting on the Grass
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 63.5 x 79.6 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by the Trustees of David W. T. Cargill, 1950
  • Reference: 2857
Provenance
F.Fénéon, Paris; Leon Appert; Mignon; from whom sold on 17/1/1906 to Bernheim -Jeune; from whom sold on July 6, 1908 to Bernard Koehler; with Reid & Lefevre in 1936; Lady Huntington; with Bignou, New York; D.W.T. Cargill.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Reid & Lefevre acquire the painting?
When and from whom did Lady Huntington acquire the work?
When and from whom did Bignou acquire the work?
When and from whom did Cargill acquire the work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Giovanni Battista PACE

A Cleric in Profile to the Left
  • Materials: pen, ink and wash
  • Dimensions: 25.4 x 18.4 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.i
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Giovanni Francesco BARBIERI, (GUERCINO)

Caricature of a Man Looking Down to the Left, Bust Length
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 7.3 x 9.2 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.d
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from c1963 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Giovanni Francesco BARBIERI, (GUERCINO)

Saint Francis Kneeling to the Left
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 22.3 x 14 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ay
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1982 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Giovanni Francesco BARBIERI, (GUERCINO)

Saint Jerome Kneeling Before A Crucifix
  • Materials: red chalk on two joined sheets
  • Dimensions: 27.9 x 19.7 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ab
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

GREEK OR RUSSIAN IKON, DATE UNKNOWN

Baptism of Christ
  • Materials: Oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 72.4x54.7cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3421
Provenance
No provenance, temporarily registered 1988
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom was this work acquired?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

Gustave COURBET

Apple, Pear and Orange 1871-2
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 13 x 20.7 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2384
Provenance
Etienne Bignou (McNeill & Bignou); Alex Reid; Leonard Gow; McInnes.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Bignou acquire the work?
When did McNeill Reid acquire it and from whom? (Bignou?)
When did Gow acquire it from Reid?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Henri FANTIN-LATOUR

Still Life
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 25.7 x 30.7 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2387
Provenance
Edwin Edwards; F& J. Tempelaere, rue Laffitte, Paris; Bonjean; de Kuyper; Alex Reid, Glasgow; from whom purchased by McInnes.
Questions in the operative period
When was the work in the possession of Edwards?
From whom did Tempelaere buy the work and when? (Edwards?)
Did Tempelaere sell the work to Bonjean? When?
When and from whom did de Kuyper acquire the work?
When and from whom did Reid acquire the work?
When did McInnes acquire the work from Reid?

Henri FANTIN-LATOUR

A Mixed bunch 1872
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 38.4 x 27.5 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by George B. Dunlop, 1951
  • Reference: 2917
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mr. Dunlop acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Henri HARPIGNIES

Les Roches, Briare
  • Materials: watercolour on paper
  • Dimensions: 25.2 x 35.2 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss Edith M Robinson, 1962
  • Reference: 62-3
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Robinson acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Henri LE SIDANER

Sqaure in Beauvais, Moonlight 1900
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 70.2 x 92.4 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Dr David Perry, 1940
  • Reference: 2193
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Dr Perry acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1940?

Henri LE SIDANER

Nemours 1903
  • Materials: pastel
  • Dimensions: 50.2 x 61 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Sir John Richmond, 1948
  • Reference: 2812
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Sir John Richmond acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Henry MORET

Cliffs at Port Domois, Belle-Ile
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 72.7 x 59.7 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1962
  • Reference: 3168
Provenance
Private Collection, Paris; from whom sold on behalf of by Rheims & Laurin, Paris; from whom purchased by Roland, Browse & Delbanco, London; Tib Lane Gallery, Manchester; from whom purchased by Hamilton Trustees for Glasgow Museums in 1962.
Questions in the operative period
Which private collection in Paris was this work in?
When and from whom did the collector purchase it?
When was it sold by Rheims and Laurin for this collector?
When was it purchased by Roland, Browse and Delbanco?
When did Tib Lane Gallery purchase it and from whom?

Hugues de BEAUMONT

Still Life
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 17.5 x 19.8cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2375
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
From whom did McInnes buy this work and when?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1944?

ITALIAN SCHOOL early 17th century

The Head of an Angel
  • Materials: pencil and chalk
  • Dimensions: diam: 15 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.aw
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1980 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

ITALIAN SCHOOL, 16TH CENTURY

Virgin and Child with St John the Baptist and two Figures
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 190.5x236.2cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3432
Provenance
No provenance, temporarily registered 1988
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom was this work acquired?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

ITALIAN SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY

Madonna and Child
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 26.7x21cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3430.
Provenance
No provenance, temporarily registered 1988
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom was this work acquired?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

ITALIAN, 16TH CENTURY

Virgin and Child
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 87.6x59.7cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3420.
Provenance
Presented by John G Coats, Glasgow, 1948
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Coats acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

Jacobus Cornelis Wijnandus COSSAAR

Interior with Figures
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 50.5 x 76.5cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Sir John Richmond, 1948
  • Reference: 2800
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Sir John Richmond acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Jacques Vigouroux DUPLESSIS

In a Notary Public's Office 1719
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 111.6 x 194,3 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Mrs Leadbetter, 1937
  • Reference: 2077
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mrs Leadbetter acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1937?

Jan Zoetelief TROMP

The Young Harvesters
  • Materials: watercolour and gouache
  • Dimensions: 29.3 x 38.7cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss M.A.W. Thomson, Lanark, 1947
  • Reference: 2636
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Thomson acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Jean Louis Ernest MEISSONIER

The Musician 1888
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 46 x 35.6 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Captain R Allan Ogg, 1943
  • Reference: 2330
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
From whom and when did Captain Ogg acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1943?

Jozef ISRAELS

Grief
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 46 x 58cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss M.D. Wylie, 1951
  • Reference: 2912
Provenance
Sir Charles Wakefield sale, 30 June 1911, n55; purchased by Agnew; E.Ruffer and others sale, London, 9 May 1924, n 36; bought by Thomas.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Wylie acquire this work? (Thomas?)
In Britain from before 1911?

Juan GRIS

The Glass
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 26.7 x 15.9 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by H.M. Government, by whom accepted in lieu of estate duty, 1976
  • Reference: 3329
Provenance
Léonce Rosenberg, Paris; Hotel Druout, Paris, 27 February 1926, lot 66, purchased by George Aubry, Paris; Galerie Simon, Paris, 1927; Mayor Gallery, London, 1937; Private Collection, Scotland.
Questions in the operative period
When and to whom did the Galerie Simon sell the work?
Did the Mayor Gallery purchase the work in 1937?
If not, where was the work between 1927 and 1937?
Did the Scottish private collector buy the work from the Mayor Gallery? When? Did it remain with them until 1976?

Jules MASURE

Sunset
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 87.9 x 117.8 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 2346
Provenance
Presented to the Museum by Rev. John Moore, Maybank, Bridge of Allan,1943
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did the Rev. Moore acquire this work.
Where was the work between 1933 and 1943?

Léon LHERMITTE

The weaver
  • Materials: charcoal
  • Dimensions: 48.9 x 63.2 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by A.B. Clements, 1940
  • Reference: 2165
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did A.B.Clements acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1940?

Léon LHERMITTE

Ploughing with Oxen
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 60 x 102.9 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Rev H.G. Roberts Hay-Boyd, 1941
  • Reference: 2229
Provenance
JJC..his sale Hotel Druout, Paris, 31 March 1911, n 28; sale, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, 4-5 December 1918, n 85; Eugene Cremetti, London; from whom purchased by Hay-Boyd.
Questions in the operative period
Did Cremetti purchase the work from the Petit sale?
When did Hay-Boyd purchase the work from Cremetti?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1941?

Léon LHERMITTE

The Bather
  • Materials: pastel
  • Dimensions: 86.4 x 113
  • Acquisition: Presented by FJ Nettlefold, 1948
  • Reference: 2690
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did F.J.Nettlefold acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Leon-Albert HAYON

Young Woman at her Window 1874
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: -
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1994
  • Reference: 3534
Provenance
Peter Tillou (Steven Rich), London; from whom purchased by the Hamilton Trustees for Glasgow Museums in 1994.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Tillou Gallery buy the work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Louis MARCOUSSIS

Table on the Balcony 1928
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 100 x 65.1 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 2902
Provenance
Purchased by the Museum from Roland, Browse and Delbanco, 19 Cork Street, London, cat n. 37, 1951
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Roland, Browse and Delbanco purchase this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Lucien GERARD

Young Man Reading
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 22.2 x 17.1 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 2600
Provenance
James R Garroway; Miss Margaret H. Garroway; by whom
bequeathed to Museum, 1947
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did James Garroway acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Lucien SIMON

Horses running Free
  • Materials: watercolour heightened with bodycolour
  • Dimensions: 69.2 x 104.2 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Mrs Heather Napier in memory of Mrs Vera Hedderwick, 1981
  • Reference: 81-10
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from did Mrs Napier acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-45?

Madeleine Camille JULLIOTTE

Market in Spain 1928
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: 32.7 x 40.8 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss Mary R. Lang, 1960
  • Reference: 3132
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Lang acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Mary CASSATT

The Sisters
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 46.3 x 55.5 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1953
  • Reference: 2980
Provenance
Ambrose Vollard, Paris; Private Collection, France; Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London; from whom purchased by the Hamilton Trustees in 1953.
Questions in the operative period
Did Vollard purchase this work directly from Cassatt? When?
Did Vollard sell it to a French private collector? Who and when?
When and from whom did Roland, Browse and Delbanco acquire the work?

Master of the Victoria and Albert Museum Diableries, Italian, late 16th century

The Triumph of Death
  • Materials: pen and ink
  • Dimensions: 25.2 x 36.7 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ah
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Maurice de VLAMINCK

A Woody River Scene
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 46 x 55 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1958
  • Reference: 3086
Provenance
Redfern Gallery, London; purchased by Mrs Leslie Howard; Howard collection, sold Christie's 28 March 1958, lot n 89; purchased by Crane Kalman; purchased by Roland, Browse, Delbanco; from whom purchased by Glasgow Museums in 1958.
Questions in the operative period
Where, when and from whom did the Redfern Gallery acquire this work?
Did Redfern sell it to Leslie Howard? When?
Where was it between 1933-45?

Maurice UTRILLO

Village Street, Auvers-sur-Oise
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 59.4 x 73 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1941
  • Reference: 2217
Provenance
Libaude, Paris; Etienne Vautheret sale, Hotel Druout, Paris, 16 June 1933, lot n 32; Montague Shearman, London; Alex Reid & Lefevre Ltd, 1939; purchased by the Hamilton Trustees for Glasgow Museums in 1941.
Questions in the operative period
Who purchased the work from the Vautheret sale?
When and from whom did Montague Shearman acquire this work?
Did Reid purchase it from Shearman? If not, from whom did Reid acquire the work in 1939?
Where was work between 1939 and 1941?

Maximilien LUCE

Landscape with Willow Trees 1887
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 50 x 61.3 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1975
  • Reference: 3318
Provenance
M. Debat, Paris; Galerie Vallotton, Lausanne; purchased by Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, 25 November 1963;sold by Tooth's to the Hon Mrs H Marcow, November 1963;re-purchased by Tooth's, 1967;sold to an English Private Collector; Sotheby's 2 July 1975, lot 60; purchased by Tooth's for Glasgow Museums in 1975
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Debat acquire the work?
When and from whom did Galerie Vallotton acquire the work?
Did Tooth purchase the painting from Vallotton?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

NORTH EUROPEAN, 17TH CENTURY

Battle Scene
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 132.1x162.5cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3436
Provenance
Presented by William Murray, 1948
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Murray acquire the work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

Othon FRIESZ

The Seine at Paris - Pont de Grenelle 1901
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 46.2 x 33.1 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1959
  • Reference: 3110
Provenance
Private Collection, Paris; purchased by Galerie Raymonde Cazenave, Paris, April 1957; purchased by the Tib Lane Gallery Manchester, 1959; from whom purchased by Glasgow Museums in 1959.
Questions in the operative period
What private collection in Paris was the work in and between which dates?
From whom did Galerie Cazenave purchase work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Pablo PICASSO

The Flower Seller
  • Materials: oil on millboard
  • Dimensions: 33.7 x 52.1 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2417
Provenance
Tanner, Zurich; William McInnes
Questions in the operative period
From whom and when did Tanner acquire the work?
From whom and when did McInnes acquire the work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Pascal Adolphe Jean DAGNAN-BOUVERET

Portrait of a Lady
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 51 x 19.6 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by L M Angus-Butterworth, 1960 (through the NACF)
  • Reference: 3126
Provenance

Walter Butterworth, Ashton on Mersey, Cheshire (1862-1935); his son (not named); from whom purchased by his brother Lionel M Angus-Butterworth;
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Walter Butterworth acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Paul CEZANNE

La Chaine de l'etoile avec le pilon du roi
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 49.2 x 59 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Mrs Jessie McInnes, 1951
  • Reference: 2932
Provenance
Ambrose Vollard, Paris; purchased by Etienne Bignou, Paris in 1934; purchased by Alex Reid; purchased by David Eccles, London; purchased by Reid & Lefevre, London, 1942; purchased by William McInnes, 1942; Mrs Jessie McInnes - by whom presented 1951.
Questions in the operative period
From whom did Bignou purchase the work in 1934?
Was the work in Britain from 1934?

Paul GAUGUIN

Oestervold Park, Copenhagen
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 59.1 x 72.7cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2465
Provenance
Miss Diana Watson; Matthieson Gallery; Reid & Lefevre; from whom purchased by the Hamilton Trustees for Glasgow Museums in December 1944
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Watson acquire the work?
When and from whom did the Matthiesen Gallery acquire the painting?
Did Reid & Lefevre acquire the work from Matthieson? When?

Paul GAVARNI

Boy Beating a Drum 1849
  • Materials: red chalk and pencil
  • Dimensions: 19.4 x 13.5 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: U.29
Provenance
unrecorded
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Glasgow Museums acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Paul Louis Narcisse GROLLERON

The Scout 1881
  • Materials: oil on panel
  • Dimensions: -
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 2601
Provenance
James R Garroway; Miss Margaret H. Garroway; by whom
bequeathed to Museum, 1947
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did James Garroway acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?

Paul MAZE

Regatta at Meulan
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 43.2 x 72.7 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by The Contemporary Art Society, 1940
  • Reference: 2200
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did CAS acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1940?
When was the work painted?

Paul SIGNAC

Coal Crane, Clichy
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 59 x 91,4 cm
  • Acquisition: Hamilton Bequest,1946
  • Reference: 2574
Provenance
Studio of artist; Goldschmidt, Frankfurt; Flechtheim, Berlin; Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, 1928; Reid & Lefevre & Matthiesen Galleries, London, 1943; T& R Annan & Sons, Glasgow; from whom purchased by the Hamilton Trustees for Glasgow Museums in 1946
Questions in the operative period
How long was the work in the possession of Bernheim-Jeune?
If not in their hands until 1943, where was the work between 1928 and 1943?
Did Annan purchase the work from Reid & Lefevre?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Paul SIGNAC

Sunset at Herblay
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 57.1 x 90.2 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by H.M.Government, by whom accepted in lieu of estate duty, 1976
  • Reference: 3324
Provenance
Sold to Comte Antoine de la Rochefoucauld, Paris, 1890; private collection, USA; sale, Parke-Bernet, California, 25 January 1956 n 89;Knoedler, New York; Frank Perls Gallery; A. Tooth, London; sale, Sotheby's, London, 28 June 1972, n 25 B; C.H.Cintz; accepted by H.M.Government in lieu of estate duty, 1976
Questions in the operative period
When and where did Comte Antoine de la Rochefoucauld sell the work?
Which private collection was the work in in the USA?
Who was the vendor in 1956?
Where was the work between 1933 and 1945?

Pierre BILLET

Bringing in the Catch 1885
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 117.5 x 182.9 cm
  • Acquisition: Presented by Miss Kirkpatrick, 1947
  • Reference: 2632
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
From whom did Miss Kirkpatrick acquire this work and when?
Did she inherit work from her father and mother? (see Kirkpatrick sale Glasgow 1914)

Pietro ALDI

A Painter and his Model
  • Materials: oil on wood
  • Dimensions: 27 x 20.3 cms
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by John C. McIntyre, 1939
  • Reference: 2146
Provenance
-
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Mr McIntyre acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1939?

Pietro Antonio NOVELLI

The Tribute Money
  • Materials: pen and ink
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 7.2 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.q
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Pietro Antonio NOVELLI

The Holy Family with the Infant Baptist
  • Materials: pen and ink
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 7.5 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.r
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Pietro Antonio NOVELLI

Caricature: The Head of a Man in Profile to the Left
  • Materials: pen and ink
  • Dimensions: 19 x 15.2 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.s
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Pietro Antonio NOVELLI

Caricature: The Head of a Man Shouting
  • Materials: pen, ink and wash
  • Dimensions: 21.6 x 16.2 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.u
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Pietro Antonio NOVELLI

A Washerwoman
  • Materials: pen and ink
  • Dimensions: 28.9 x 19.7 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.v
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Pietro Antonio NOVELLI

A Standing Nude in a Landscape
  • Materials: brush and wash
  • Dimensions: 47 x 35.6 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.aa
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Pietro FANCELLI

An Allegory of the Church Militant
  • Materials: chalk, pen, ink and wash
  • Dimensions: 28 x 19.7 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.x
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

possibly BOLOGNESE SCHOOL 17th century

An Old Woman in Profile to the Left
  • Materials: pen and ink
  • Dimensions: 10.4 x 8 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.ap
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1963/80 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

possibly FRENCH SCHOOL 19th Century

An Actress at a Table, Figures Beyond
  • Materials: pastel
  • Dimensions: 26.4 x 18.9 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.am
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from c1963 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

ROMAN SCHOOL

Hercules Crowned by Minevra with Apollo Attending
  • Materials: red chalk squared in black chalk
  • Dimensions: 20.4 x 25.7 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.c
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

ROMAN SCHOOL/ PIER LEONE GHEZZI/ GIUSEPPE GHEZZI

Venus and Aeneas
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 96.5x135.5cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 3233.
Provenance
No provenance, registered 1965
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom was this work acquired?
Where was it between 1933 and 1944?

Simone CANTARINI

Portrait of a Man Looking Down, Bust Length
  • Materials: chalk
  • Dimensions: 18.1 x 14.3 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.w
Provenance
Baron John Benjamin Heath (1790-1879); Sir James Guthrie (1859-1930);
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Sir William Blake RICHMOND

Two Profile Caricatures of the Abbe Liszt
  • Materials: pencil
  • Dimensions: 14.1 x 9.5 cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: PR.2000.4.as
Provenance
Bequeathed by Lewis Lyons, Glasgow [died 1999], previously on loan to Museum from 1953 until 1999.
Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Lewis Lyons acquire this work?
Where was the work between 1933-1945?

Stanislas LEPINE

La Rue de Norvins, Montmartre
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 32.1 x 23.5 cm
  • Acquisition: McInnes Bequest, 1944
  • Reference: 2401
Provenance
Hazard Collection, Paris; Hazard Sale, Paris, 1-3 December 1919, n 163; purchased by Alex Reid; from whom purchased by McInnes.
Questions in the operative period
Did Reid purchase the work from the Hazard sale?
When did McInnes acquire the work?

studio of Georg DESMAREES

Princess Theresia Benedikta Maria of Bavaria, 1725-1743
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 109.5x79cm
  • Acquisition: -
  • Reference: 2452
Provenance
Dowdeswell & Dowdeswell, London (liquidated 1917); John Stevenson, of Sharon, Pennsylvania; by whom bequeathed to his brother, Sir Daniel Stevenson; by whom presented to Museum, as 'Clementina Sobieska' attributed to Largilliere, 1944.
Questions in the operative period
Where was the work between 1933 and 1944?

Théodore ROUSSEAU

Les Gorges d'Apremont
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 82.2 x 146.4 cm
  • Acquisition: Purchased, 1957
  • Reference: 3062
Provenance
Private Collection, Paris; Kende? Galleries, New York; sold on 15 November 1951, n 112; Robert Elson?, New York, dealers?; purchased by G.M. Lotinga Ltd.; from whom purchased by Glasgow Museums in 1957.
Questions in the operative period
What private collection was work in? When and from whom acquired?
When and from whom did Kende Gallery purchase it, if indeed they did own it?
Where was this work between 1933 and 1945?

Victor VINCELET

A Bunch of Flowers
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 21.6 x 15.9 cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Mrs Anna Walker, 1948
  • Reference: 2817
Provenance
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Questions in the operative period
Where, when and from whom did Mrs Walker acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933-45?

Willem George Frederik JANSEN

Milking Time
  • Materials: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 73.2 x 59.2cm
  • Acquisition: Bequeathed by Miss M.A.W. Thomson, Lanark, 1947
  • Reference: 2646
Provenance
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Questions in the operative period
When and from whom did Miss Thomson acquire this work?
Where was it between 1933 and 1945?