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Paul Klee Foundation, Paul Klee: Catalogue Raisonné 6 (Bern, 2001), p. 167, no. 5714 (ill.).
The Arts Club of Chicago, “Paul Klee: Fourteen Works from Chicago Collections,” November 8-December 6, 1956, cat. 46.
Worthington Gallery, Chicago, “Paul Klee 1879-1940: A Tribute in Celebration of the Artist’s Centennial Year,” October 12-December 1, 1979, cat. 18.
Rudolf Probst (Galerie Neue Kunst Fides; Das Kunsthaus), Dresden, Mannheim, to 1933 [Paul Klee Foundation]. Lily Klee (died 1946), Bern [Angela Rosengart of Galerie Rosengart]; Lily Klee’s estate to Werner Allenbach, Bern, to 1952 [Angela Rosengart and the Paul Klee Foundation]; Galerie Rosengart, Lucerne, 1952-1954 [Paul Klee Foundation]. Main Street Gallery, Chicago, about 1954 [Paul Klee Foundation]. Eva-Maria W. Worthington Gallery, Inc., Chicago [Paul Klee Foundation]. Elizabeth Paepcke, Chicago, by 1956 [Chicago 1956]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1994.
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