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Valerie Fletcher, Alberto Giacometti, 1901-1966, (Smithsonian Institution Press, 1988), cat. 3, p. 72., ill.73.
Christian Klemm, Alberto Giacometti, (Museum of Modern Art, 2001), p. 62, ill. 64.
Detroit Institute of Arts, Collecting Modern Art, Painting, Sculpture and Drawings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis Winston, September 27—November 3, 1957, traveled to The Virginia Museum of Art, December 13, 1957—January 5, 1958, San Francisco Museum of Art, January 23—March 13, 1958, The Milwaukee Art Institute, April 11—May 12, 1958.
New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Alberto Giacometti, June 9, 1965—October 10, 1965, cat. 2, ill. 33, traveled to The Art Institute of Chicago, November 15, 1965—December 12, 1965, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, January 11, 1966—February 20, 1966, San Francisco Museum of Art, March 10, 1966—April 24, 1966.
Art Gallery of Ontario, Gauguin to Moore: Primitivism in Modern Sculpture, November 6, 1981—January 3, 1982.
Columbus, Wexner Center for the Arts, Staging Surrealism: A Succession of Collections 2, September 9, 1997 – January 4, 1998, ill. 48.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Winston, Detroit, by 1957; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1964.
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