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Wolfgang Kersten and Osamu Okuda, Paul Klee: Im Zeichen der Teilung (Dusseldorf, 1995), pp. 25, and 27-28 (ill.).
Paul Klee Foundation, Paul Klee: Catalogue Raisonné, vol. 2 (Bern, 2000), p. 82, no. 999, (ill.).
Dresden, Galerie Neue Kunst Fides, “Paul Klee,” May 1924.
Kunsthalle Basel, “Gedächtnis ausstellung Paul Klee,” February 15-March 23, 1941, cat. 24.
Munich, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, “Paul Klee: Das Frühwerk 1883-1922,” December 12, 1979- February 3, 1980, cat. 204.
The Art Institute of Chicago, February 21-October 31, 1992.
The artist; by descent to his wife, Lily Klee (1876–1946), Bern, 1940 [Basel 1941]; member or members of Klee-Gesellschaft, Bern, ca. 1946–1950, 1950–1952, 1953–1959 [Basel 1941]. Berggruen and Company, Paris, c. 1959 [Paul Klee Foundation 2000]. Grant J. Pick (1910–1963), Glencoe, IL, by 1963; estate of Grant J. Pick; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1963.
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