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Penn, Irving. 1960. “Moments Preserved.” Simon and Schuster. p. 120. (other print of this image)
Thornton, Gene. 1976. “Masters of the Camera: Stieglitz, Steichen and their Successors.” Exh. cat. American Federation of Arts/Holt, Rinehart and Winston. pp. 124-25. (other print of this image)
Szarkowski, John. 1984. “Irving Penn.” Exh. cat. Museum of Modern Art/New York Graphic Society Books. pl. 73. (other print of this image)
Foresta, Merry A. and William F. Stapp. 1990. “Irving Penn: Master Images.” Exh. cat. National Museum of American Art and National Portrait Gallery/Smithsonian Institution Press. p. 15, cat. 2. (other print of this image/published as “Still Life with Food, New York”)
Penn, Irving. 1991. “Passage: A Work Record.” Knopf. p. 39. (other print of this image)
Hürlimann, Annemarie. 1994. “Irving Penn: Collection privée/Irving Penn: Privatsammlung.” Exh. cat. Musée d’art et d’histoire/Editions Bentali. p. 25, cat. 8. (other print of this image)
Lundström, Jan-Erik. 1995. “Irving Penn fotografier: en donation till mine av Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn/Irving Penn Photographs: A Donation in Memory of Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn.” Exh. cat. Moderna Museet/Raster Förlag. p. 55. (other print of this image)
Westerbeck, Colin. 1997. “Irving Penn: A Career in Photography.” Exh. cat. Art Institute of Chicago/Bulfinch Press. p. 181, cat no. 21.
Penn, Irving. 2001. “Still Life.” Bulfinch Press. n.pag. (other print of this image)
Greenough, Sarah. 2005. “Irving Penn: Platinum Prints.” Exh. cat. National Gallery of Art/Yale University Press. pl. 6. (other print of this image)
Art Institute of Chicago, “Irving Penn, A Career in Photography,” November 22, 1997–February 1, 1998; traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia, State Hermitage Museum, March 1–May 16, 1998; Hamburg, Germany, Deichtorhallen, June 18–September 6, 1998; Munich, Germany, Müchner Stadtmuseum, October 6, 1998–February 21, 1999; San Francisco, California, Friends of Photography/Ansel Adams Center for Photography, November 11, 1999–January 23, 2000; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, March 25–June 4, 2000; Paris, France, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, September 13–November 5, 2000 (Chicago only). (Colin Westerbeck)
Art Institute of Chicago, “A Case for Wine: From King Tut to Today,” July 11–September 20, 2009. (Christopher Monkhouse)
Given by the artist to the Art Institute, 1996.
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