Edgar Degas. Woman at Her Bath
French, 1834 - 1917
Woman at Her Bath c 1895
oil on canvas
71.1 x 88.9 cm
© 2000 Art Gallery of Ontario
Atelier Degas, Paris, May 1918 (Vente I, no.73); Gumaelius, 1918; (Galerie Petit, Paris, vente Gumelius, 8 June 1922, no. 6); George Williams, Paris. (Cassirer, Berlin, 20 October 1932 ).by 1949 Robert Woods Bliss, Washington D.C.; (Stendahl Galleries Hollywood by 1956); sold 1956 to AGO.
 The painting was sold in "diverses collections" in Berlin in 1932 until it appeared in Washington, D.C. in 1949.
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