Paul Sérusier (1863-1927) Promenade du Dimanche (Robe Noire) 36.5 x 93 cm. (14 3/8 x 36 5/8 in.) signed and dated 'P. Sérusier 1894' (on the reverse) tempera on canvas Painted in Châteauneuf-du-Faou in 1894 Estimate EUR 50,000 – EUR 70,000 Paul Sérusier (1863-1927) Promenade du Dimanche (Robes Jaunes) signed and dated 'P. Sérusier 1894' ...

It was in his New York studio that Marcel Duchamp worked for 20 years, from 1946 to 1966, on this installation which he wishes to be his testament. It will in fact be permanently exhibited, one year after his death, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, in accordance with his wishes. On one wall, a ...

Le Pho, his wife Paulette Vaux on the occasion of thank-you lunch at the collector Dr V's home, 1990s.

The collector Dr V and other Vietnamese comrades at the home of Mr and Mrs Le Pho around 1950.

Vu Cao Dam's wife Renée Appriou, Le Thi Luu and her husband, the artists' friend in Saint-Paul de Vence, France

The grand opening of Le Pho's exhibition on February 4, 1977; photograph of the artist's collectors Mr and Madame Collart (on left) at the exhibition published by the Daily Palm Beach News.

Le Pho, his wife Paulette Vaux and the artist's collectors Mr & Mrs Collart on the special occasion of the artist's exhibition in 1977.

Le Pho, his wife Paulette Vaux and the artist's collectors circa 1950.

The very first exhibition 'Le Gala du Salon de 1935', L'Avenir du Tonkin, 25 March 1935 held by SADEAI: Société Annamite d'Encouragement à l'Art et à l'Industrie (The Annamite Society for the encouragement of art and industry) initiated by Victor Tardieu in May 1934. It was granted legal capacity by a decision of the Governor ...

Seated (left to right): Ngo Manh Duc (son of Le Thi Luu), Michel Vu (son of Vu Cao Dam), Jeanne Sineray, known as Sao, (wife of Mai Trung Thu disguised as a Breton with a costume by Yannick Vu painted by his father), Yannick Vu (daughter of Vu Cao Dam) wearing Sao's tunic. Standing (left ...