Egyptian Peasant Girl (La Jeune Fille Fellah)

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This is a reduced version of a full-length painting 'Jeune fille fellah' of the same date. The reduction was sold by the artist to the Paris-based art dealer Goupil on 14 November 1876, whereupon it entered a private collection in Holland. It returned to Paris in 1908. The picture’s subsequent whereabouts were unknown until its donation to Newcastle in 1953.

Egyptian Peasant Girl (La Jeune Fille Fellah)




oil on canvas


H 88.7 x W 55.5 cm

Accession number

TWCMS : G10309

Acquisition method

gift from Colin D. Currie, 1953

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