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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, cat. 84.40
Williamstown, Mass., Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, “The Unknown Monet: Pastels and Drawings,” June 24–Sept. 16, 2007, pp. 39–40, fig. 31; 300; Royal Academy, London, March 17–June 10, 2007.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Monet and Chicago,” Sept. 5, 2020-June 14, 2021.
Alfred Dussueil (1878–1927), Paris [Wildenstein 1991 and Durand-Ruel Archives]. Sold by Henri Cottereau, Paris, to Carter H. Harrison (1860–1953), Chicago, winter 1927–28 [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]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1933.
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