Francis Naumann, “Man Ray and America: The New York and Ridgefield years: 1907-1921,” Ph.D. diss., City University of New York, New York, 1988 (UMI), pp. 139-140, no. 218/67.
Francis Naumann, “Man Ray, Hills,” in Masterworks of American Art from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, ed. P. Schweizer (New York, 1989), p. 117.
Charles Stuckey, “Selected recent acquisitions of twentieth-century art at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Burlington Magazine (October 1993), pp. 725-728, fig. V.
Michael Fitzgerald, Picasso and American Art, Exh. cat. (Yale University Press, 2006), p. 36, p. 45.
The Arts Club of Chicago, An Exhibition of Modern American Paintings: Assembled and Loaned by The Daniel Gallery, New York, February 10-February 24, 1928, no. 8.
Pasadena Art Institute, Man Ray, September 19-October 29, 1944, no. 9.
Los Angeles, County Museum of Art, Man Ray, 1966, no. 13.
New York, Cultural Center, Man Ray: Inventor/Painter/Poet, December 19, 1974-March 12, 975, no. 11 (ill.).
Rome, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Man Ray: L’Occhio e il suo doppio, July-September 1975, p. 57.
Montclair, New Jersey, Art Museum, Conversion to Modernism: The Early Works of Man Ray, February 16–August 3, 2003; traveled to Athens, Georgia Museum of Art, September 20–November 20, 2003; Chicago, Terra Museum of American Art, January 23–April 4, 2004.
Baltimore Museum of Art, Cézanne and American Modernism, 14 February - 23 May 2010.
Elsie Ray Sisgler, c. 1921, acquired directly from the artist. Daniel Gallery, New York, by January 1928. Paul Matisse Gallery, Beverly Hills, by 1966 [Los Angeles 1966]. Stephan Lion, New York, by 1975 [New York 1975]. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Middendorf, Washington, by 1988 [Naumann 1989]. Acquired by the Art Institute, July 1992.
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