Portrait of a Woman (possibly Gräfin Aga vom Hagen)
Germany (Artist's nationality:)
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Stephan von Weise, Max Beckmann’s zeichnerisches Werk, 1903-1925 (Dusseldorf, 1978), pp. 206-207, no. 327.
Munich, Haus der Kunst, “Max Beckmann Retrospective,” February 25-April 22, 1984, cat. 150; traveled to Berlin, Nationalgalerie, May 15-July 29, 1984; the St. Louis Art Museum, September 7-November 4, 1984; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, December 6, 1984-February 3, 1985.
Curt Valentin, New York [inscribed verso, lower left, in graphite “NY 13448.” This is his inventory system per Hedda Finke]; sold to Allan Frumkin Gallery, Chicago, Sept. 6, 1955 [MoMA Archives, Curt Valentin Papers, V II. Correspondence, A-L]; probably sold to John Ireland (died 1968), Chicago; given to the Art Institute, 1963.
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