Apple Trees in Bloom
Alfred Sisley  (1839 - 1899)
Apple Trees in Bloom
Oil on canvas
65.5 x 81.5 cm
Inv. No. 28993
Inscribed at lower left: Sisley Inscribed on stretcher: 10318; on frame a label inscribed: 10318 / SISLEY / Apple Blossoms / ENXX / =; and inscripitions: 10318; AL4133; and SL318.
Replica of a painting by Sisley in The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia.

Bequest of Frances Barwick, Ottawa, 1985
Status: The object has gaps in its provenance between 1933-1945. This does not necessarily mean it is looted.

  • Gift of the Turner family to Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Duncan, Toronto, c. 1946
  • Probably C. Turner family, parents of C.C. Turner who spent the war years in Canada as the ward of Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Duncan, Toronto.
  • Possibly British or American art market, according to label and stock numbers on stretcher and frame and French art market, according to French customs stamp on the back.
  • By descent, Douglas Duncan, Toronto, to 1968, and his sister, Frances Duncan Barwick, Ottawa
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Source of Information
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