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Dictionnaire des ventes d'art Mireur - The "missing link" for researching provenance.

This publication provides the complete auction records documenting the formative period of the European art market: 1700-1900.

In 1903 Hippolyte Mireur originally published his dictionary of art auctions held in Europe and in the United States (1700-1900). The seven-volume complete edition of the work came out just once, in 1911, and there are very few copies left in circulation today. The dictionary has nonetheless been an essential reference work for art professionals. It is the world's only source of information on this foundational period for the European art market.
A peerless research tool. The Mireur dictionary not only provides the date, location and detailed description of each art work sold, it is unique in revealing the name of the seller (sellers remain anonymous in contemporary equivalents). By releasing this information into the public domain, artprice.com is helping to make works of art easier to trace worldwide.

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