Possibly Isabelle Monod-Fontaine, The Sculpture of Henri Matisse, exh. cat., trans. David Macey (Arts Council of Great Britain/Thames & Hudson, 1984), pp. , pl. 15; 145, cat. 15, as Woman Leaning on her Hands, 1905.
Christie’s New York, Impressionist and Modern Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture, pt. 2, sale cat. (Christie’s New York, Nov. 12, 1992), p. 36, lot 126 (ill.); insert, as Nu assis appuyé sur les mains, original version conceived 1905, cast at later date.
Margherita Andreotti, “The Joseph Winterbotham Collection,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies20, no. 2 (1994), p. 134 (ill.), as Woman Leaning on Her Hands, executed 1905, cast 1907.
James N. Wood and Teri J. Edelstein, The Art Institute of Chicago: Twentieth-Century Painting and Sculpture (Art Institute of Chicago, 1996), p. 16, as Woman Leaning on Her Hands.
Claude Duthuit and Wanda de Guébriant, Henri Matisse: Catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre sculpté (C. Duthuit, 1997), pp. 42–43, cat. 17, no. 9; 265; 352, as Nu appuyé sur les mains/Figure portant sur les mains—Figure à la chemise retroussé—Nu à la chemise relevée/Woman Leaning on her Hands/Seated Woman Leaning on her Hands, 1905, cast c. 1930.
Ina Ewers-Schultz, Simon Kelly, Simone Klein, Astrid Köhler, Peter Kropmanns, Ulrike Lorenz, Colin Lemoine, Isabelle Monod-Fontaine, Jacqueline Munck, Eva-Maria Schütz and Christian Weikop, Inspiration Matisse, exh. cat. (Prestel-Verlag, 2019), pp. 118, cat. 70 (color ill.).
Possibly Edinburgh, City Art Centre, The Sculpture and Drawings of Henri Matisse, Aug. 3–Sept. 15, 1984, cat. 15 (ill.); London, Hayward Gallery, Oct. 4, 1984–Jan. 6, 1985; Leeds, City Art Gallery, Jan. 18–Mar. 24, 1985 (Edinburgh and London only).
Mannheim, Kunsthalle Mannheim, Inspiration Matisse, Sep. 27, 2019–Jan. 19, 2020, cat. 70, as Nu Appuyé sur Les Mains.
Buchholz Gallery (Curt Valentin, 1902–Aug. 19, 1954), New York, 1948 [Christie’s New York, Impressionist and Modern Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture, pt. 2, sale cat. (Christie’s New York, Nov. 12, 1992), lot 126]; Sydney Melville Shoenberg, Sr. (Aug. 31, 1881–Nov. 25, 1975), St. Louis, by Nov. 8, 1948 [letter from Curt Valentin to Sydney M. Shoenberg, Nov. 8, 1948; photocopy in curatorial file]; Shoenberg Foundation, St. Louis [this and the following according to James Goodman Gallery inventory card; photocopy in curatorial file]; Jeffrey Loria (b. Nov. 20, 1940), by Feb. 1980; sold on consignment by James Goodman Gallery, New York, to Adler/Castillo (Rachel E. Adler), New York, from Apr. 15, 1980; sold to Pedro Pérez Lazo (Nov. 19, 1934–May 5, 2010), Caracas, Venezuela, 1980 [letter from Rachel Adler, Mar. 23, 1983; photocopy in curatorial file]; sold at Christie’s New York, lot 126, to Rachel Adler Gallery, New York, on behalf of the Art Institute of Chicago, Nov. 12, 1992.
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