martedì 2 giugno 2015

The origin of the works of art found in an antique market

"FROM WHERE
HIS WORKS OF ART? "
(qualifying question like, "Good morning, how are you?")


immediate response
Umberto Barbera Joackim

"A WHAT YOU WORK RELATES?
DO YOU PREFER VAN GOGH OR PICASSO ?"

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Take for example this double wooden table:
- Title: "THE BAND PICASSO" ("Characters blindfolded")
- Table size: cm. 96 x 69
- Painting technique: work painted with natural pigments diluted in oil.
- Subject: a group of friends (Robert René Meyer-seee, Pablo Picasso and Mlle Olivier, Guillaume Apollinaire and Mlle Laurencine, Max Jacob with an unknown woman) on August 15 in the arena of Seville, blindfolded and with long sticks, intent on breaking the pot of gold coins.
- Date: 1908 -1911.
- Attributable to: Pablo Picasso.
- Client: Robert M. René Meyer-Sée.
- Antique dealer: Ambroise Vollard.
- Testimonials:
                    Pablo Picasso, in his drawing "entrance of the Arena di Siviglia":

                                  Max Jacob, a " Calambour " in its design " Medrano 1909"
(Man with yellow bandana):

- Bibliography: from "Correspondance Picasso - Apollinaire", point 57, note 4, authors Pierre Caizergues and Elene Seckel, publisher Gallimard edition of the National Museums, Spadem 1992, following:



- Clues on the table: the name of the buyer SEE written twice (under the arm of Robert M. René Meyer-Sée dressed in black blouse, and above the woman's head last on the right, dressed in white, as it is coming from the painting). 

The "V" sign in blue pencil on the back of the table,
Home antiquarian Ambroise Vollard
  (bottom, right corner):

- Owner: Declaration of possession of Umberto Barbera Joackim the Italian Ministry of Culture, dated 22th May, 2004. Now it has changed hands, in a private collection.
- Final export license: granted 25th May, 2004, number 77, protocol number 419, the recipient of the work the Institute Wildenstein (license expired, to be repeated).
- Source: Market antiquarian of Borgo d'Ale (Italy), sourced from Cascina family Buscaglione (Graglia), Mrs. Agostina Segatori (the dancer portrayed by Edgar Degas and Toulouse Lautrec, was companion of Oscar Buscaglione in the management of the restaurant "Le tambourin" Paris 1888-1900, returned to Italy he was hired as a dance teacher in the family of Giacinto Bona Veggi, Minister of the Kingdom of Italy. He managed the Hall Dances "Lucifer", San Massimo street, Turin (Torino found in a photograph of Agostina Segatori with the back "Room Dances Lucifer").
Agostina Segatori
- Publications: was published a research on the authenticity of this work in Spanish, presented to the Picasso Museum in Antibes and Barcelona (2004). Also there is a blog published by Google (http://picassoritrovato.blogspot.it) today visited by over 1,660 people, on the subject of "Try Gaussian" as logical process of authentication of a work of art.


- Examinations photo-technical: spectrometric examination carried out by the Laboratory of Restoration Nicola srl (2004, Aramengo, Italy):


- Theme of the work: the one who had found this work, would ideally broken pot full of gold coins and would find a surprise that would be like a treasure: where? Probably painted on the second plank of wood, attached to the back of this framework, forming a double wooden board.
- Location of the work: this work "La Banda Picasso" is kept in the safe of a bank. 

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