Karl Nierendorf, ed., Paul Klee: Paintings, Watercolors 1913 to 1939 (Oxford University Press, 1941), pl. 65.Miller, 1946.
Jürgen Glaesemer, Paul Klee: Die farbigen Werke im Kunstmuseum Bern (Bern: Kornfeld and Cie, 1976), p. 326 (ill.).
Paul-Klee Stiftung, Paul Klee. Catalogue Raisonné (Bern: Die Stiftung, 2004), vol. 8, p. 180 (ill.), cat. 8056.
New York, Nierendorf Gallery, Paul Klee. An Exhibition in Honor of the Sixtieth Birthday of the Artist, February 1940, no. 18.
New York, Buchholz Gallery, Curt Valentin and Willard Gallery Marian Willard, Paul Klee, October 9–November 2, 1940, no. 98.
Northampton, Mass., Smith College, Paul Klee: Memorial Exhibition, January 1941, no. 64; traveled to Chicago, Arts Club, January 31– February 28, 1941, Portland Art Museum, March 1941, San Francisco, Museum of Art, April 14–May 5, 1941, Los Angeles, Stendahl Gallery, May 8–18, 1941, St. Louis, City Art Museum, Wellesley College, New York, Museum of Modern Art, 30 June-27 July 1941, p. 11 (not ill.), cat. no. 64.
Chicago, Renaissance Society, Paul Klee Exhibition, June 5–24, 1946, no. 16. Arts Club of Chicago, Paul Klee: Works from Chicago Collections, January 16–February 20, 1962, no. 59.
Chicago, Worthington Gallery, Paul Klee 1879-1940, October 12–December 1, 1979, no. 22.
Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, Paris, probably acquired directly from the artist, 1939 [Paul-Klee Stiftung, 2004]. Karl Nierendorf, New York, by October 25, 1940 [according to letter October 25, 1940 from Arts Club to Karl Nierendorf, in curatorial file]; sold to Elizabeth Paepcke, Chicago, March 18, 1941 to 1994 [according to letter of March 18, 1941 from Arts Club to Museum of Modern Art, New York, in curatorial file]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1994.
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