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File:Georges Seurat - Un dimanche après-midi à l'Île de la Grande Jatte.jpg


Français : Un dimanche après-midi à l'Île de la Grande Jatte
English: A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
Date 1884-1886
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 207.5 × 308.1 cm (81.7 × 121.3 in)
metropolitan museum
Object history By decent to Mme. Seurat, the artist’s mother (died 1899), Paris, 1891;
by descent to Emile Seurat, the artist’s brother;
sold for 800 francs to Casimir Brû, Paris, 1900;
given by him to his daughter, Lucie, Paris, 1900;
Lucie Brû Cousturier and Edmond Cousturier, Paris;
sold for $20,000 possibly through Charles Vildrac, Paris to Frederic Clay and Helen Birch Bartlett, Chicago, 1924;
given to the Art Institute, 1926.
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Source/Photographer The Art Institute of Chicago
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