Paris, Galerie Claude Aubry, Géricault dans les collections privées françaises, 1964, cat. 25.
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Géricault, 1971-72, cat. 90.
New York, Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, Inc., New York, Théodore Géricault: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings, Watercolors, Prints and Sculpture, 1987, Addendum to catalogue between cat. 26 and 27.
San Francisco, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Géricault 1791–1824, 1989, cat. 43.
Paris, Grand Palais, Géricault, 1991-1992, cat. 180.
The artist’s estate sale, Hôtel de Buillion, November 2-3, 1824 [possibly no. 17, “Dix études de diverses parties du corps humain” or handwritten addition to a copy of the catalogue in the British Museum, “trois têtes de guillotinés peints peu de temps après…270 (frs.)”; see Eitner 1959]. The painter Auguste Boulard (died 1897), Paris; his estate sale, Pairs, Hôtel Drouot, April 9–10, 1900, no. 130. Édouard Napoléon César Edmond Mortier, duc de Trévise (died 1946), Paris, from at least 1924 until at least 1937 [lent by to Paris 1924 and Paris 1937]. Pierre Dubaut (died 1968) by 1952 [lent by him to London, 1952 and later exhibitions; Dubaut may have acquired it directly from the Duc de Trévise, since they were co-authors of Paris 1924 and Dubaut was the author of Paris 1937]; by descent to his niece Jacqueline Dubaut- Bellonte, Paris; purchased by the Art Institute through her gallery, Galerie du Fleuve, 1992.
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