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Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report: 1993-94 (Art Institute of Chicago, 1994), n.p.
Lore Blaich, New York; sold to Arthur B Logan (d. 2014), Chicago, in 1972 [according to note from Arthur Logan in curatorial object file]; given to the Art Insitute of Chicago, 1992.
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