Youngna Kim, “The Early Works of Georges Braque, Raoul Dufy, and Othon Friesz: The Le Havre Group of Fauvist Painters,” Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State University, 1980, pp. 138 and 345, fig. 161.
Richard Brettell, An Impressionist Legacy: The Collection of Sara Lee Corporation (New York: Abbeville Press, 1986), pp. 104–106 (ill.).
Richard Thomson, “Young Man’s Painting,” The Times Literary Supplement 4604 (June 28, 1999), p. 16 (ill.).
Richard Boston, “Shock of the few,” The Guardian (June 19, 1991), p. 36.
Judith H. Dobrzynski, “Sara Lee is Donating Impressionist Art to 20 U. S. Museums,” The New York Times (June 3, 1998), p. B8 (ill.).
Richard Brettell, Monet to Moore: The Millennium Gift of Sara Lee Corporation, exh. cat. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1999), pp. 14–19, cat. 4 (ill.).
James N. Wood and Debra N. Mancoff, Treasures from The Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 2000), p. 23 (ill.).
London, Arts Council of Great Britain, G. Braque, 1956, p. 26, cat. 5, pl. 12a; traveled to Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Academy, August 18–September 15, 1956; and London, Tate Gallery, September 28–November 11, 1956.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Collectors, September 20–October 27, 1963, pp. 3 and 49, pl. 38.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Paintings from the Cummings Collection, January 14–March 7, 1965, n. p. (ill.).
Davenport, Iowa, Davenport Municipal Art Gallery, Collection of Masterpieces—Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cummings, March 21–April 11, 1965.
Detroit, Mich., First National Building City National Bank, Paintings from the Cummings Collection, January 20–February 2, 1966, n. p. (ill.).
New London, Conn., Lyman Allyn Museum, Connecticut College, Paintings and Sculpture from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cummings, January 19–February 18, 1968, n. p. (ill.).
Washington D. C., National Gallery of Art, Selections from the Nathan Cummings Collection, June 28–September 11, 1970, p. 62, cat. 47 (ill.); traveled to New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, July 1–September 7, 1971.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Major Works from the Collection of Nathan Cummings, October 20–December 9, 1973, p. 51, cat. 42 (ill.).
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Fauve Landscape, October 4–December 30, 1990, pp. 93 and 269, pl. 103; traveled to New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, February 19–May 5, 1991, and London, Royal Academy of Arts, June 10–September 1, 1991.
Sydney, Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, The Fauves, December 8, 1995–February 18, 1996, cat. 2 (ill.); traveled to Melbourne, Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, February 29–May 13, 1996.
Tel Aviv, Israel, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Fauvism: “Wild Beasts,” May 22–September 15, 1996, pp. 21–22, cat. 2 (ill.).
Laren, The Netherlands, Singer Museum, The Sara Lee Collection: An Impressionist Legacy, October 18, 1997–February 15, 1998.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Monet to Moore: The Millennium Gift of Sara Lee Corporation, March 13–May 28, 2000, pp. 14–19, cat. 4 (ill.); traveled to the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, June 11–August 22, 1999, the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, September 10–November 7, 1999, the Portland Art Museum, Oregon, November 19, 1999–January 23, 2000, and, Singapore Museum of Art, April 1–May 30, 1999.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bedford, Copenhagen, by 1956 [Edingurgh 1956]; Mrs. N. Bedford, New York. Kahnweiler Fine Arts Associates, New York. Nathan Cummings (1896–1985), Chicago, from March 29, 1963; the Sara Lee Collection; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1999.
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