12 recent comments28 April
Boady from Spain wrote: 'Surely this painting comes from a later period ? Definitely post WW1. The 1920's perhaps ?
' 21 April
daniel cardani from madrid wrote: 'There's no Femme nue/nu de dos I, that's simply a copy after the original, real one.
' 08 April
John Kean from North Cyprus wrote: 'I have found 3 versions so far of this painting online: i. mainly sepias, ii. mainly pinks and iii. sepia and dark pink (iii. maybe a poor copy of the second.
' 09 July
Kevin from Weare,nh wrote: 'Who currently owns this piece ?
' 20 June
amsg from ger wrote: 'which are the exact originals by velázquez and murillo?
' 10 April
Romero from Italy wrote: 'Dear Grace did you know realy where is? You know the owner? In very interested
' 03 April
Nelly Zlateva from España wrote: 'Obra maestra! Gracias por compartir!
' 12 May
Mary Panvini from NY wrote: 'I purchased this piece being told it was an authentic lithograph, however, the colors are different than those shown on line. There is a COA, and I will send you photos if necessary.
' 04 December
Vivien Stein from Paris wrote: 'This painting looks odd. It is currently in the Museum Berggruen, but does anyone know its provenance? (The catalogue says: "purchased in 1996." That is not a provenance.)
' 21 September
Marissa from Paris wrote: 'Where is this painting housed? I saw it at the Musee du quai Branly. Is it there or somewhere else? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
' 09 July
Mouchy from F56220 PEILLAC wrote: 'Ou pouvons nous acheter une reproduction " baigneuses 1918" en couleurs avec le phare en arrière plan
' 30 November
harsh chauhan from gorakhpur wrote: 'Very nice . I like it our painting