French Sculpture Census

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GIACOMETTI, Alberto
Borgonovo, Suisse 1901 - Coire, Suisse 1966

Exécutant: Susse

Femme de Venise IX
Woman of Venice IX

1956, fondu en 1958
bronze avec patine noire

statue
112,7 x 17,1 x 36,2
signé et numéroté sur le côté gauche de la base : Alberto Giacometti 4/6
à l'arrière de la base : Susse Fondeur Paris

N° d'inv. : 99.5
Credit Line : Gift of Sara Lee Corporation

Raleigh, North Carolina, North Carolina Museum of Art

www.ncartmuseum.org

Historique

  • 1958, Paris, Galerie Maeght
  • 1958, Bâle, Galerie Beyeler
  • 1959, New York, World House Galleries
  • vers 1961, vendu à Nathan Cummings, Chicago
  • 1985, à son épouse, Joanne Toor Cummings
  • 1995, Succession Cummings
  • 1996, 30 avril, New York, Christie's, vente, n° 20 (prix de vente 1 652 500 $)
  • Chicago, The Sara Lee Corporation
  • 1999, don de la Sara Lee Corporation

Bibliographie

  • Museum's website (accessed April 12, 2016)
  • 1965 New York
    Alberto Giacometti, exh. cat., New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1965, p. 68, repr. (another cast)
  • 1970 Paris
    Alberto Giacometti, exh. cat., Paris, Musée de l'Orangerie, 1970, p. 79
  • 1971 Hohl
    Reinhold Hohl, Alberto Giacometti, New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1971, no. 119, repr. (another cast)
  • 1978 Saint-Paul-de-Vence
    Alberto Giacometti, exh. cat. Saint-Paul-de-Vence, Fondation Maeght, 1978, p. 102
  • 1985 Lord
    James Lord, Giacometti: A Biography, New York, Farra, Straus, Giroux, 1985, repr. following p. 304 (another cast)
  • 1987 Matter
    Herbert and Mercedes Matter, Alberto Giacometti, New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1987, p. 119-120
  • 1991 Bonnefoy
    Yves Bonnefoy, Alberto Giacometti, Paris, Flammarion, 1991, no. 382, p. 404, repr.
  • 1991 Paris
    Alberto Giacometti, sculptures, peintures, dessins, cat. exp. Paris, Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1991, no. 382, p. 333, repr.
  • 1992 Schneider
    Alberto Giacometti: Sculptures, Paintings and Drawings, Angela Schneider ed., Munich and New York, Prestel Verlag, 1992, nos. 108-114, repr. (another cast)
  • 1997 Brettell
    Richard R. Brettell, An Impressionist Legacy: The Collection of Sara Lee Corporation, New York, Abbeville Press, p. 124-125, 153, repr.
  • 1998 Edgers
    Geoff Edgers, “Gift of skinny sculpture beefs up museum,” Raleigh: The News and Observer (June 4, 1998), 1-16A
  • 1999 Brettell
    Richard R. Brettell, Monet to Moore: The Millennium Gift of Sara Lee Corporation (exhibition catalogue), New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 1999, cat. no. 14, illus. (color)
  • 1999 Coffey
    John W. Coffey, “Portrait of the Artist: Alberto Giacometti,” North Carolina Museum of Art Preview, September/October 1999, p. 20–21, illus. (b-w) p. 20
  • 2001 Chronique des Arts
    “Principales Aquisitions des Musées en 2000,” La Chronique des Arts, Supplement to the Gazette des Beaux-Arts, no. 1586, March 2001, listed p. 85
  • 2010 Weinard
    Chad Alan Weinard, entry for Woman of Venice IX (Femme de Venise IX), in North Carolina Museum of Art: Handbook of the Collections, rev. ed., Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 2010, p. 478, illus. (color) p. 479

Exposition

  • 1960 New York
    Giacometti, New York, World House Galleries, 12 January-6 February 1960, no. 11 (as Figurine Venise IX)
  • 1961 New York
    Summer International, New York, World House Galleries, 27 June-4 August 1961, no. 23
  • 1970 Washington
    Selections from the Nathan Cummings Collection, Washington, National Gallery of Art, 29 June-11 September 1970, no. 71
  • 1971 New York
    Selections from the Nathan Cummings Collection, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1 July-7 September 1971, no. 71
  • 1973 Chicago
    Major Works from the Collection of Nathan Cummings, Art Institute of Chicago, 20 October-9 December 1973, no. 78
  • 1997-98 Laren
    The Sara Lee Collection: An Impressionist Legacy, Laren, The Netherlands, Singer Museum, 18 October 1997-15 February 1998
  • 1999-2000 Singapore/Canberra/Raleigh/Portland/Chicago
    Monet to Moore. The Millenium Gift of Sara Lee Corporation, by Richard R. Brettell, with Nathalie H. Lee, Singapore Museum of Art, 1 April-30 May 1999, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 11 June-22 August 1999, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, 10 September-7 November 1999, Portland Art Museum, Oregon, 19 November 1999-23 January 2000, The Art Institute of Chicago, 15 March-28 May 2000, p. 56-57 no. 14, repr.