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Provenance

Pierre-Hippolyte Aumont [d. 1865], by 1846.[1] Probably (sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 6 May 1870, no. 5, as Vue dans la forêt de Nettuno).[2] Private collection, France; (sale, Drouot Richelieu, Renaud-Giquello & Associates, Paris, 17 October 2003, no. 52); (Richard L. Feigen & Co., New York); purchased 27 February 2004 by NGA.

Exhibition History
1831
Salon, 6th supplement, Société nationale des beaux-arts, Paris, 1831, no. 3159, as "Etudes de forêt."
1831
Salon, Société nationale des beaux-arts, Paris, 1831, no. 2085.
Bibliography
1831
Farcy, Charles. "Salon de 1831." Journal des Artistes (7 August 1831): 100.
1831
Pillet, Fabien. "Salon de 1831." Le moniteur universel (28 July 1831): 1274.
1831
Planche, Gustave. Salon de 1831. Paris, 1831: 207.
1831
Schoelcher, V. "Salon de 1831." L'Artiste 2 (1831): 30.
1833
Lenormant, Charles. Les Artistes contemporains. 2 vols. Paris, 1833: 1:96.
1855
Planche, Gustave. Etudes sur l'Ecole Française, 1831-1852, Peinture et sculpture. 2 vols. Paris, 1855: 1:120.
2000
Eitner, Lorenz. French Paintings of the Nineteenth Century, Part I: Before Impressionism. The Collections of the National Gallery of Art Systematic Catalogue. Washington, D.C., 2000: 354, as location unknown.
2003
Noon, Patrick. Constable to Delacroix. British Art and the French Romantics. Exh. cat. Tate Britain, London; Minneapolis Institute of Arts; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. London, 2003: 175, under no. 93, as location unknown.
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