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Hans Hofstatter, Gustav Klimt: Erotic Drawings (New York, 1980), pl. 10 (ill.).
Alice Strobl, Gustav Klimt, Die Zeichnungen 1904-1912 (Salzburg, 1982), vol. 2, no. 2006 (ill.).
Museum Folkwang Essen, “Gustav Klimt, Zeichnungen aus Albertina und Privatbesitz,” 30 January-14 March 1976, no. 74.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Graphic Modernism: Selections from the Francey and Dr. Martin L. Gecht Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago, Nov. 15, 2003 – Jan. 11, 2004, pp. 72–73, cat. 61 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Undressed: The Fashion of Privacy”, June 22-September 29, 2013
Private collection, Austria, by 1976 [Essen 1976 exh. cat.]. Private collection, Switzerland, to 1994 [according to Eberhard Kornfeld]. Sold by Galerie Kornfeld, Bern, 24 June 1994, “150 ausgewählte Kunstwerke des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts,” no. 65, to Alice Adam, Chicago [according to Alice Adam]. Sold by Alice Adam Ltd. to Dr. and Mrs. Martin Gecht, Chicago, 1994.
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