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London, Marlborough Gallery, “Severini,” April 1913, hors cat.
Naples, Galleria Futurista, “The First Futurist Exhibition,” May-June 1914, cat. 30.
Berlin, Der Strum, 1915.
Hartford, Conn., Wadsworth Atheneum, “Salute to Italy,” April 21-May 28, 1961, p. 41.
New York, Museum of Modern Art, “Futurism,” May 31–September 5, 1961, hors. cat; traveled to The Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Great Drawings from The Art Institute of Chicago: The Harold Joachim Years 1958-1983,” July 24-September 30, 1985, pp. 182-183, cat. 84 (ill.), cat. by Martha Tedeschi.
The David and Alfred Smart Gallery, The University of Chicago, “Multiple Perspectives: Cubism in Chicago Collections,” October 6-December 2, 1991.
New Haven, Conn., Yale University Art Gallery, “Severini futurista: 1912–1917,” October 18, 1995–January 7, 1996, pp. 75, 76 (ill.), and 77 (ill.), cat. 8, fig. 24; traveled to Fort Worth, Tex., Kimbell Art Museum, February 11–April 7, 1996.
The artist, to at least 1956 [Degenhart 1956]. New Gallery, New York, by 1961 [Hartford, Conn. 1961]. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Thaw, Alpine, NJ., by 1962 [Moskowitz 1962]. Joseph Tucker, St. Louis [invoice]. Sold by the Allan Frumkin Gallery, Chicago, to the Art Institute, 1974.
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