SET OF WATERCOLORS BY HENRI DUHEM (1860-1941) #2

mardi 26 mars 2024 14:00
Hôtel des ventes Douai , 45, rue du Gouvernement 59500 Douai
Sale information

Modern and contemporary paintings

Conditions of sale


Sale of a hundred drawings and watercolors by painter and collector Henri DUHEM.


A Douais lawyer, Henri Duhem married Marie Sergeant (1871-1918), who also painted, as did their son Rémy Duhem (1891-1915). Close to the Wissant School and the Post-Impressionists, Henri Duhem forged strong friendships with Auguste Rodin, Camille Pissarro and Henri Le Sidaner. He left Douai in 1937 to settle in Juan-les-Pins.

On his death, part of his personal collection was bequeathed to his adopted daughter Nelly Sergeant-Duhem, then donated to the French state. This important gift forms part of the current collections of the Musée Marmottan in Paris.

Special conditions:


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It is also possible to pick up your lots in Paris at the Groupe Rougemont on prior request by e-mail to the auction house at the following address

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The cost of transfer to Rougemont varies according to the size and packing constraints of the lots. Furniture and objects that are too bulky are excluded.

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Terms of payment :


Payment in cash up to €1,000, bank transfer and credit card (no single checks).


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