Description: Interior café scene with patrons seated at tables infront of large window. Wine glasses on table to foreground and lamps hanging from ceiling. Painted in a neo-impressionist (pointillist) manner.
Signature / Inscription: Signed ‘L. Hayet’ (lower right)
Provenance: Auction house: Binoche et Giquello, Paris, France, April 21st 2017, Lot 67, ‘Tableaux, mobilier & objets d'art' (Paintings, furniture & works of art) Louis Hayet works subsection of auction titled 'Collection Guy et Régine Dulon' (Guy et Régine Dulon collection) – Public exhibition: Drouot-Richelieu, Paris, France, sale 4 (Sold)
________ Régine and Guy Dulon Collection, Paris, France
Exhibited: 2015 - Travelling exhibition, Japan, Osaka, Tokyo, 'Neo-Impressionism, from light to color', reproduced in the catalog No. 39
________ 2012 – 2013 - National Gallery of Victoria, Victoria, Australia, 'Radiance: The Neo-Impressionists', reproduced in the catalogue
________ 2002 - Travelling exhibition, Japan, Kochi, Utsunomiya, Kyoto, Tokyo, 'Georges Seurat and neo-impressionism 1885-1905', No. 59
________ 1996 - Museum of art and history of Narbonne, Narbonne, France, 'Wines, vines, vine growers in the French painting', No. 97 in the catalogue
________ 1991 - Museum Tavet-Museum Pissarro, Pontoise, France, 'Louis Hayet'
________ 1985 - Museum Tavet-Museum Pissarro, Pontoise, France, 'Neo-Impressionist paintings', No. 14
________ 1983 - Museum Tavet-Museum Pissarro, Pontoise, France, 'Louis Hayet' (reproduced on the cover of the exhibition catalogue)
Literature: Listed under number 87-88-T in the archives of Louis Hayet
________ Guy Dulon, Christophe Duvivier, 'Louis Hayet peintre et théoricien du néo-impressionnisme' (Louis Hayet painter and theorist of neo-impressionism), Éditions Ville de Pontoise and the General Council of Val d'Oise, 1991, reproduced page 17