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Job Lot Cheap
Title:
Job Lot Cheap
Artist(s):
Date:
1892
Location:
de Young
Gallery 25
Century:
Media:
Oil On Canvas
Dimensions:
29 5/8 x 39 3/4 in. (75.2 x 101 cm)
Department:
Object Type:
Country:
Continent:
North America
Provenance:

The artist and Christine Pearl Smith Peto (1869-1945), Island
Heights, N.J., 1892-1945

Descended in family to son-in-law and daughter, George Washington Smiley (1885-1953) and Helen Serril Peto Smiley (1893-1978), Island Heights, N.J., 1945-ca. 1967

[Carlen Galleries, Philadelphia, by 1967]

John D. Rockefeller 3rd and Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller. New York, 1967-1979

FAMSF, 1979.7.81

Accession Number:
1979.7.81
Acquisition Date:
1979-04-05
Credit Line:

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd

Exhibition History:

Berkeley, Cali£, University Art Museum, The Reality of Appearance: The Trompe l'OEil Tradition in American Painting, 1970, exh. no. 60

San Francisco 1976, exh. no. 88

Tokyo 1982, exh. no 47

Washington, D. C., National Gallery of Art, Important Information.
Inside: The Art of John F. Peto and the Idea of StillLife Painting in
NineteenthCentury America, 1983, no exh. no.