View of the Asylum and Chapel of Saint-Rémy
$191.00 – $930.00
– It is considered by the heirs of the previous owner as Nazi looted art. The painting was previously owned by Margarethe Mauthner, a Jewish art dealer who lost the painting when she fled Nazi Germany in 1939.
– It was displayed in the living room of Elizabeth Taylor until it was sold at an auction for $15,991,575 in 2012 following her death.
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This painting is a part of a series he painted during his stay at the Saint-Paul asylum. The painting was thought to be a view of the church at Labbeville, near Auvers but it is now widely accepted as the view of the asylum and church at Saint-Rémy. The painting was once a part of Elizabeth Taylor’s collection. A court battle over the ownership of the painting between Elizabeth Taylor and the heirs of Mauthner was dismissed in 2007 in favor of Elizabeth Taylor.
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