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Daniel Wildenstein, Claude Monet (Fratelli Fabbri, 1971), pp. 84; 93 (ill.), no. 51.
John Rewald, History of Impressionism (Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1973), p. 39 (ill.).
Daniel Wildenstein, Claude Monet: Biographie et catalogue raisonné, vol. 1, Peintures, 1840–1881(Bibliothèque des Arts, 1974), pp. 6, 15 (ill.), 40.
Rodolphe Walter, “Claude Monet as a Caricaturist: A Clandestine Apprenticeship,” trans. Eric Young, Apollo 103 (June 1976), pp. 489, 492.
Harold Joachim and Sandra Haller Olsen, French Drawings and Sketchbooks of the Nineteenth Century, vol. 2 (University of Chicago Press, 1979), p. 70, no. 4B1.
M. Shuji Takashina, Monet (Seibu Museum of Art, 1981), n.pag. (ill.).
William C. Seitz, Monet: 25 Masterworks (Abrams, 1982), p. 11 (ill.).
Daniel Wildenstein, Claude Monet: Catalogue raisonné, vol. 5, Supplément aux peintures: Dessins; Pastels; Index (Wildenstein Institute, 1991), p. 152, cat. D481 (ill.).
Virginia Spate, Claude Monet: Life and Work (Rizzoli, 1992), p. 15, fig. 5.
Andrew Forge, Monet (Art Institute of Chicago, 1995), pp. 8; 10, fig. 3.
Matthias Arnold, Claude Monet (Rowohlt, 1998), p. 11 (ill.).
Catherine Morris, The Essential Claude Monet (Abrams, 1999), p. 14 (ill.).
Souren Melikian, “Beyond Impressions: The Monet You Didn’t Know,” New York Times, Apr. 13, 2007. http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/13/arts/13iht-melik14.1.5269879.html?pagewanted=all.
Pascal Bonafoux, Monet (Perrin, 2007), p. 40.3
Frédéric Martinez, Claude Monet, une vie au fil de l’eau (Tallandier, 2009), p. 23.4
Ségolène Le Men, Monet (Citadelles & Mazenod, 2010), pp. 42; 44, fig. 32; 44.
Constance C. McPhee with Nadine M. Orenstein, “‘Shoot Folly as It Flies’: Humor on Paper,” in Infinite Jest: Caricature and Satire from Leonardo to Levine, exh. cat. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2011), pp. 10; 11, fig. 6; 42.
New York, Wildenstein and Company, “A Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Claude Monet for the Benefit of the Children of Giverny,” Apr. 11–May 12, 1945, p. 58, cat. 82.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Claude Monet: 1840–1926,” July 22–Nov. 26, 1995, pp. 23, cat. 1a (color ill.); 186.
Williamstown, Mass., Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, “The Unknown Monet: Pastels and Drawings,” June 24–Sept. 16, 2007, pp. 46; 48, fig. 36; 49; 53; 300; London, Royal Academy, Mar. 17–June 10, 2007.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Monet and Chicago,” Sept. 5, 2020-June 14, 2021.
Sold by Henri Cottereau, Paris, to Carter H. Harrison (1860–1953), Chicago, winter 1927–28 [according to Carter H. Harrison, “A brief statement of where and how I acquired the various items in the collection of drawings I have given to the Art Institute … ,” Oct. 18, 1934, curatorial object file]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1933.
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