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Child in a Straw Hat
oil on canvas
65.3 × 49.2 cm (25.7 × 19.4 in)
(Ambroise Vollard [1867-1939], Paris); by descent to Chrétien de Gallea, Paris. (Edward Speelman, AG, Zurich); sold January 1965 to Paul Mellon, Upperville, Virginia; gift 1983 to NGA.
 According to information provided by Speelman to Paul Mellon in 1965. Vollard's collection was inherited by his brother, Lucien, and by the dealer's mistress, Mme de Galea. On the movement of the Vollard collection during World War II, see Lynn Nicholas, The Rape of Europa, New York, 1994: 92-93, 304-305, 425.
signature bottom right: Mary Cassatt
From NGA Website:
National Gallery of Art
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