Pablo Picasso. Woman Plaiting Her Hair. Paris, late summer or fall 1906

Pablo Picasso

Woman Plaiting Her Hair

Paris, late summer or fall 1906

Medium
Oil on canvas
Dimensions
50 x 35 3/4" (127 x 90.8 cm)
Credit
Florene May Schoenborn Bequest
Object number
826.1996
Copyright
© 2016 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Department
Painting and Sculpture
This work is on view on Floor 5, in a Collection Gallery, with 21 other works online.
Pablo Picasso has 1,238 works online.
There are 2,242 paintings online.
This work is included in the Provenance Research Project, which investigates the ownership history of works in MoMA's collection.
Ambroise Vollard, Paris (1867-1939)
Carroll Galleries (Harriet C. Bryant), New York. On consignment from Vollard (loan secured by Walter Pach for the Carroll Galleries), by March 1915
John Quinn, New York. Acquired from Vollard through the Carroll Galleries, March 1915 - 1924
Estate of John Quinn, 1924 - 1926
Charlotte A. Jordan / Mrs. Edward A. Jordan, Cleveland. Purchased from Quinn collection, January 1926
Marie Harriman Gallery, New York. By 1933 - until at least 1936
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Marx, Chicago. Purchased in 1939
Florene May Schoenborn (Samuel A. Marx’s widow, later Mrs. Wolfgang Schoenborn, 1903 - 1995). 1939 - 1996
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Florene May Schoenborn Bequest, 1996

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