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Black and white chalk, graphite, touches of blue pencil, with scale in pen and brown ink, on gray wove paper with blue fibers, squared in graphite
33 × 48.2 cm (13 × 19 in.)
Margaret Day Blake and Harold Joachim Endowments
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The Art Institute of Chicago, “Building a Collection: New Acquisitions and Promised Gifts of British Art,” May 1–August 1, 2004, checklist 28.
University Observatory, Oxford, from before 1920-c.1960 [according to Lowell Libson, Spink-Leger Pictures].
Victor Clube, Worcestershire, to Spink-Leger Pictures, March 2000 [according to Libson]. Sold to the Art Institute, 2000.
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