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Further research has identified the following works

Paintings by Signac in museum collections

 

Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum,
- Harbour of Saint-Tropez, 1895
- Railway junction near Bois-Colombes, 1885

 

Basel, Kunstmuseum , Switzerland

 

Besançon ; Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'archéologie
- Venise, la voile jaune,  Inventory number  Da.970.1.100 ; AM 4224 P(100)

 

Bloomington , Indiana University Art Museum, USA
- Bridge over the River Seine

 

Boston ; Museum of Fine Arts, USA

 

Bruxelles ; Musée des Beaux-Arts
- La Calanque (1906)

 

Chicago ; Art Institute, USA

 

Cologne, Allemagne , Wallraf-Richartz-Museum,
- Samois Studie Nr.8
- Fischerboote

 

Copenhague, Statens Museum for Kunst (National Gallery of Denmark)

 

Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA

 

Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA
- Le Pont des Arts, 1927

 

Essen, Germany, Museum Folkwang
- Pont sur la Seine, 1912

 

Glasgow ; Art Gallery and Museum
- Herblay. Coucher de soleil. Opus 206 (1889), huile sur toile

 

Grenoble ; Musée de Grenoble
- Le sentier de douane / Bord de mer, Saint-Tropez , Inventory number  MG 2225
- Saint-Tropez. Soleil couchant sur la ville. Etude, Inventory number  MG 1995-2-4

 

Harvard University Art Museums, Massachusetts

 

Helsinki, Finland, Valtion Taidemuseo (Finnish National Gallery)

 

Houston, Texas ; Museum of Fine Arts

 

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana, USA

 

Liège ;  Musée d'Art moderne et d'Art contemporain
- Château de Comblat (1887)

 

Little Rock, Arkansas Arts Center, USA
- Antibes, le marché (The Market), 1919

 

Lodz, Poland, Muzeum Sztuki
- View of Golden Horn in Constantinople, 1907

 

Londres ; National Gallery
- Les Andelys, Les Lavandières (1886)

 

Madrid, Thyssen-Bornemisza MuseumPort-en-Bessin
- The Beach, 1884
- Paimpol, 1925

 

Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota, USA

 

Nantes ; Musée des Beaux-Arts
- Le phare d'Antibes, Numéro d'inventaire 3538 ; 949.2.2.Q

 

New York City ; Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA
- The Jetty at Cassis, Opus 198
   Date: 1889 , Accession Number: 1976.201.19
- Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde (La Bonne-Mère), Marseilles
   Date: 1905-6 ,  Accession Number: 55.220.1
- Lighthouse at Groix , Date: 1925 , Accession Number: 1998.412.3
- Evening Calm, Concarneau, Opus 220 (Allegro Maestoso)
   Date: 1891 , Accession Number: 1975.1.209
- The Town Beach, Collioure, Opus 165 (Collioure. La Plage de la ville. Opus 165)
   Date: 1887, Accession Number: 1975.1.208
- Place de Clichy, Date: 1888, Accession Number: 1975.1.210

 

New York City ; Museum of Modern Art, USA
- Opus 217. Against the Enamel of a Background Rhythmic with Beats and Angles, Tones, and Tints,
  Portrait of M. Félix Fénéon in 1890. 1890
- Setting Sun. Sardine Fishing. Adagio. Opus 221 from the series The Sea, The Boats, Concarneau.
  1891

 

Oklahoma, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma, USA
- Coast Scene

 

Otterlo ; Musée Kröller-Müller, Pays-Bas
- Le Déjeuner (1885-1886), 111,8 × 186 cm, huile sur toile

 

Paris ; Musée Carnavalet
- Le moulin de la Galette, à Montmartre , Inventory number  CARP1938 ; P 1938
- Le pont des Arts , Inventory number  CARP2286 ; P 2286

 

Paris ; Musée Marmottan Monet
- Venice, 1908

 

Paris ; Musée d'Orsay
- FEMMES AU PUITS, ETUDE PREPARATOIRE 1 , Inventory number  RF 1979 2
- FEMMES AU PUITS, ETUDE PREPARATOIRE 2 (double face) , Inventory number  RF 1979 3 A

- FEMMES AU PUITS, ETUDE PREPARATOIRE 3 (double face), Inventory number  RF 1979 4 A-B
- FEMMES AU PUITS , Inventory number  RF 1979 5
- L'ENTREE DU PORT DE LA ROCHELLE,  Inventory number  RF 1982 59
- L'ENTREE DU PORT DE MARSEILLE,  Inventory number  RF 1977 324 ; 6725 (1920) ; LUX 1316 P
- LA BOUEE ROUGE , Inventory number  RF 1957 12
- LE CHATEAU DES PAPES A AVIGNON, Inventory number  RF 1977 323 ; LUX 968 P
- La berge ; Les Andelys, Inventory number RF 19996 6
- ROUTE DE GENNEVILLIERS , Inventory number RF 1968 3

 

Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA

 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carnegie Museum of Art, USA

 

Prague, Czech Republic, Jewish Museum
- L'Hirondelle Steamship (Seine near Samois), 1901 (item #60.608)
- River Landscape, 1927 (Inventory number  60.691)

 

Saint-Malo ; Musée d'Histoire de Saint-Malo
- Saint-Malo, le pardon des terre-neuvas , Inventory number  1975.7.2 ; 75.4.2


Saint Petersburg, Russia, Hermitage Museum
- Grand arbre de pin à St Tropez, 1892-1893

 

Saint-Tropez ; Musée de l'Annonciade
- ETUDE POUR"LE TEMPS D'HARMONIE" ,  Inventory number  1965 1 1
- Marseille, barques de pêche ou le Fort Saint-Jean , Inventory number  1936.29
- Saint-Tropez, l'Orage , Inventory number  1993.2.1
- Saint-Tropez, le quai , Inventory number          1942.1.1
- Saint-Tropez, les pins parasols aux Canoubiers, Inventory number  1942.1.2
- Vue de Saint-Tropez, coucher de soleil au bois de pins , Inventory number  1942.1.3

 

Strasbourg, Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg
- Antibes Le Soir, 1914

 

Tennessee ; Dixon Gallery and Gardens
- St. Briac, La Croix des Marins, 1885

 

Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art,
- The Port of Saint-Tropez, ca.1901

 

Victoria, Australia, National Gallery
- Gasometers at Clichy

 

Wuppertal, Germany, Von der Heydt-Museum

Watercolors by Signac


On art market

Lighthouse at sunset, c.1905
Watercolor on paper, size 3.74 x 5.04 in / 9.5 x 12.8 cm.
Certificate of authenticity by Marina Ferretti, Paris, dating February 1, 2016.

The watercolor from an early period shows the characteristic style of Signac with its sensitive liquid brush stroke that inks the sky above the horizon at sunset.
During this period Signac spent a lot of time in and around Saint-Tropez, where he and his wife moved in 1898 to an estate called 'La Hune'. From there, he explored the whole Mediterranean Coast with his own sailboat

 

 

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