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Pen and black ink over graphite and blue crayon on cream laid paper
Inscribed recto, upper right corner, in pen and black ink: M. Liebermann; lower right edge, in graphite, 1011
31.1 × 25.6 cm (12 1/4 × 10 1/8 in.)
Celia and David Hilliard Endowment
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René Menard, “Le Salon de 1881,” L’Art Revue hebdomadaire illustrée, VII (1881), p. 304 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Dreams and Echoes: Drawings and Sculpture in the David and Celia Hilliard Collection”, October 20, 2013 - February 16, 2014, pp. 150-151, 227-228, cat. 64 (ill.), cat by Suzanne Folds McCullagh and Melissa Gustin
Private collection, Paris, before 2001 [a letter from Margreet Nouwen to Eva-Maria Worthington of May 5, 2002 in curatorial file and Hamburg 2001]. Galerie Franke, Munich [letter mentioned above]. Galerie Arnoldi-Livie, Munich [letter]. Sold by Hauswedell and Nolte, Hamburg, June 9, 2001, lot 1472. Sold by Eva-Marie Worthington, Chicago, to the Art Institute, 2002.
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