Team of Horses
1911 or 1912
Pastel on paper fiberboard mounted to plywood
18 1/8 x 21 1/2 in.
l.r. signed: Dove
Label from San Francisco Museum of Art
Label from Terry Dintenfass, Inc.
Label from White Art Museum, Cornell University
Handwritten label: 3. \ Arrangement in Yellow \ Black Red and White \ from Teams of horses pulling \ a heavy load up a hill. \ Arthur G. Dove \ 7 Livingston Place \ Stuyvesant Square \ New York City. \ $500.00 [last two zeroes underlined]
Torn, typewritten label on back of old frame: 7. Team of Horses, 1911 \ Dr. Mary C. Holt
[removed] white, printed label: 9. TEAM OF HORSES 1911 \ PASTEL ON LINEN \ COLLECTION OF MARY B. HOLT, M.D. \ BAY SHORE, NEW YORK
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