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Purchased with funds provided by Clarence S. Wilson Jr., and Helena Chapellin Wilson; through prior acquisitions of Arthur Rubloff
Extended information about this artwork
Bernard Goss, “Art Chronicle: Ten Negro Artists On Chicago’s South Side,” Midwest – A Review
(December 1936), p. 17–19 (ill.).
Chicago, Navy Pier, Charter Jubilee, Art Exhibit by Chicago Artists, Aug. 8 – Sept. 6, 1937, cat. no. 907.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Collecting: African American Art in the Art Institute of Chicago, Feb. 15–May 18, 2003
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