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Washington, DC, Corcoran Gallery of Art, The Private World of John Singer Sargent, Apr. 18–June 14, 1964, cat. 55; Cleveland Museum of Art, July 7–Aug. 16; Worcester Art Museum, MA, Sept. 17–Nov. 1; Utica, NY, Munson–Williams–Proctor Institute, Nov. 15, 1964–Jan. 3, 1965.
Art Institute of Chicago, John Singer Sargent and Chicago’s Gilded Age, July 1–Sept. 30, 2018, cat. 23, fig. 106.
Christie, Manon & Woods, London, [“Catalogue of Pictures and Water Colour Drawings by J.S. Sargent, R.A. and Works by Other Artists,” no. 131] July 24, 1925; the Cooling Galleries, London, 1925; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Worcester, Chicago, 1925; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1935.
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