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Annual Report (Art Institute of Chicago, 2008–09), p.16.
Art Institute of Chicago, 53rd Annual Exhibition of Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, Oct. 29–Dec. 10, 1942, cat. 36.
Chicago and Springfield, Illinois State Museum, Chicago Painting 1895–1945, the Bridges Collection, 2004, cat. 32.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Art in Chicago––Resisting Regionalism, Transforming Modernism, Feb. 9–Apr. 2, 2006, no. 27.
Springfield, Illinois State Museum, Chicago Painting 1895–1945, the Bridges Collection, 2007–08.
The artist; his daughter, Kiriki de Diego and Vincent Metzo, Woodstock, New York; Fletcher Gallery, Woodstock, New York, 1996; Powell and Barbara Bridges, Wilmette IL, 1996; given by them to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2009.
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