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Richard Brettell, Post-Impressionists, Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, 1987), p. 47, 49 (ill).
E. Mendgen, et. al. In Perfect Harmony: Picture and Frame, 1850-1920 exh. cat. (Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, 1995), fig. 173c.
The Hague, Kunstkring, Tentoonstelling van schilderijen en tekeningen van eenigen uit de ‘XX’ en uit de ‘Assocation pour l’Art’, July 1892, cat. 16.
New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Neo-Impressionism, February-April 1968, cat. 126.
New York, The Brooklyn Museum, Belgian Art 1880 - 1914, Apr. 23-June 29, 1980, p. 118, cat. 48.
Tokyo, Seibu Museum, The Impressionist Tradition, Masterpieces from the Art Institute of Chicago, October 18–December 1, 1985, cat. 47; traveled to Kyoto, Fukuoka Art Museum, January 5–February 2, 1986; Kyoto, Municipal Museum of Art, March 4–April 13, 1986.
Princeton, University Art Museum, Neo-Impressionist Portraiture, 1991; traveled to Brussels.
Brussels, Musée d’Ixelles, Gorges Lemmen Retrospective, April 24 - July 13, 1997.
Cologne, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Pointillismus, September 6-November 1997; Lausanne, Fondaton de l’Hermitage, January 23-May 1998 [Cologne Only].
Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Faces of Neo-Impressionism, June 13–September 7, 2014.
Allan Frumkin Gallery by 1961; sold to the Art Institute, 1961.
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