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lower right on back of chair: R. Ribera '76

Provenance

(Goupil et Cie, Paris), as Concert Populaire;[1] sold 7 March 1876 to William H. Stewart [1820-1897], Paris and Philadelphia; (his estate sale, American Art Association, New York, 3-4 February 1898, 1st day, no. 14, as Café Chantant); William Andrews Clark [1839-1888], New York; bequest April 1926 to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington; acquired 2015 by the National Gallery of Art.

Exhibition History
1878
Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1878, no. 105, as Café chantant.
1978
The William A. Clark Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, 26 April - 16 July 1978.
1980
That's Entertainment, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, 13 July - 24 August 1980, no. 33, as Café Chantant, unpublished checklist.
2005
Prelude to Spanish Modernism: Fortuny to Picasso, Albuquerque Musuem; Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 21 August 2005 - 26 February 2006, no. 4, repro., as Café chantant/Popular Concert.
Bibliography
1925
Carroll, Dana H. Catalogue of Objects of Fine Art and Other Properties at the Home of William Andrews Clark, 962 Fifth Avenue. Unpublished manuscript, 1925: 162, no. 144, as by Jusepe de Ribera.
2004
Myers, Julia Rowland. “J.Alden Weir’s Essay on ‘Modern Life’: in the Park of 1879." The American Art Journal 34/35 (2003/2004): 160-161, 164 fig. 17.
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