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Robert Melville, Henry Moore Sculpture and Drawings, 1921-1969 (New York, 1970), no. 98 (ill.).
Kenneth Clark, Henry Moore Drawings (New York, 1974), no. 64 (ill.).
Henry Moore: Complete Drawings, 1930-1939 (London, 1998), no. AG 33.20/HMF 997 (ill.).
Cairo, “International Art Exhibition,” 1947.
Venice, “XXIV Biennial International Art Exhibition,” 1948.
Mexico, “Henry Moore Drawings,” 1950, cat. 3.
Chicago, Allan Frumkin Gallery, cat. 53.
The Arts Club of Chicago, “Henry Moore: Sculpture and Drawings from Chicago Collections,” 11 December 1959-14 January 1960, cat. 52.
Chicago, School of Social Service, “Chicago’s Homage to Henry Moore,” 1-22 December 1967, cat. 76.
Chicago, The Museum of Contemporary Art, “Selections from the Joseph Randall Shapiro Collection,” 20 December 1969-1 February 1970, cat. 117.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “The Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Randall Shapiro Collection,” February 23-April 14, 1985, pp. 92 and 111, cat. 121, fig. 91.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “An Irrational Act: Gifts of Surrealist Works on Paper from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Randall Shapiro,” December 15, 1992-April 18, 1993, pp. 7 and 14, fig. 19.
Elizabeth Andrews, Eastbourne, by 1947-at least 1950 [labels previously on back of work]. Allan Frumkin Gallery, Chicago [label]. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Shapiro, Chicago, by 1959 [Chicago 1959]; given by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Shapiro to the Art Institute, 1992
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