• Title: The Island and Bridge of San Bartolomeo, Rome
  • Creator: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
  • Date Created: 1825/1828
  • Physical Dimensions: overall: 27 x 43.2 cm (10 5/8 x 17 in.) framed: 50.8 x 66.4 x 7.6 cm (20 x 26 1/8 x 3 in.)
  • Provenance: Private collection, France; (sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 16 November 1917, no. 19, as attributed to Corot, bought in). Henri Vever [1854-1942], Paris.[1] Private collection, Boston. (Wildenstein & Co., New York); sold 1986 to Dr. Gert-Rudolf Flick [b. 1943], London. Private collection, Japan, by 1996;[2] (Wildenstein & Co., New York); purchased 2 February 2001 by NGA. [1] This painting was not included in the Vever sale in Paris of 1-2 February 1897, which included 14 other paintings by Corot. It is unclear if Vever bought it at the 1917 auction, as his Acquisitions Book (in the Henri Vever papers, Freer-Sackler Gallery Archives, Smithsonian Institution, Washington) ends in July 1917. [2] According to the exhibition catalogues, the painting was lent in 1989 to The Lefevre Gallery in London by a private collection in the United Kingdom, in 1991 to a touring exhibition in Manchester and Norwich by a private collection in Switzerland, and in 1996 to a touring exhibition in Washington, Brooklyn, and St. Louis by a private collection in Japan.
  • Medium: oil on paper on canvas

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