Hans Hess, Lyonel Feininger (New York, 1961), p. 252 (ill.), fig. 48.
Florens Deuchler, Lyonel Feininger: Sein Weg zum Bauhaus Meister (1996), p.196.
Stephanie D’Alessandro, Museum Studies 28, no. 2, “Portfolio: Lyonel Feininger,” p. 89 (ill.).
Berlin, Secession Ausstellungshaus, XX Austellung der Berliner Secession, Spring 1910, no. 52.
Paris, Quai d’Orsay, Artistes Indépendants 27e Exposition, April 21–June 13, 1911, no. 2180, as Longeuil (Normandie).
Berlin, National Galerie, Ausstellung Neuerer Deutscher Kunst aus Berliner Privatbesitz, April 1928, p. 17, cat. 7.
Berlin, National Galerie, Lyonel Feininger, September 19, 1931–January 1932, no. 8.
Exhibition of Twentieth Century (Banned) German Art, June 1939–at least mid-1940; this was a condensed and amended version of Exhibition of Twentieth Century German Art, July–August 1938, New Burlington Galleries, London, and was assembled by that exhibition’s organizing committee; traveled to Milwaukee Institute of Arts, June 1–25, 1939; Northampton, Mass., Smith College Museum of Art, October 6–25, 1939; Kansas City, Mo., William Rockhill Gallery, November 1939; Buffalo, Albright Art Gallery, December 1–22, 1939; Portland, Ore., Portland Art Museum, January 3–25, 1940; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, February 6–26, 1940; Dayton, Ohio, Museum of Fine Arts, March, 1940; and possibly other locations throughout the United States, n.p., no. 12., as Longeuil, Village in Normandy.
New York, Buchholz Gallery, Early Work by Contemporary Artists, November14– December 4, 1943, n.p., no. 12, as Longeuil (Normandy), 1909.
New York, Buchholz Gallery, ’The Blue Four’: Feininger, Jawlensky, Kandinsky, Paul Klee, October 31–November 25, 1944, n.p., no. 1, as Longeuil, 1909.
New York, Museum of Modern Art, Modern Art in Your Life, 1949.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, University Art Gallery, German Expressionism in Art: Painting, Sculpture, Prints, 1905–1935, October 23–November 27, 1951, no. 23, as Longeuil Normandie, 1915.
Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, The Work of Lyonel Feininger, November 2– December 9, 1952, p. 16, no. 2, (n.p.), plate I (ill.).
New York, Curt Valentin Gallery, Lyonel Feininger, March 18–April 12, 1952, n.p., no. 1.
Eugen Buchthal, Berlin (1878–1954) by April 1928–at least May 4, 1938 [Berlin 1928 and letters from Jörn Grabowski, Zentralarchiv Staatliche Museum zu Berlin, August 4, 2003, and Florian Karsch, Galerie Nierendorf, July 29, 2003, in curatorial file]. Buchholz Gallery, New York, by 1951 [Cleveland 1951]; sold to Clare Hoover, New York and San Francisco, June 15, 1955–1988 [photocopy of receipt in curatorial file]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1998.
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