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F. Sweet, Miss Mary Cassatt, Impressionist from Pennsylvania (Norman, Okla., 1966) (ill.).
Adelyn Breeskin, Mary Cassatt, A Catalogue Raisonné (Washington, D.C., 1970), p. 259 (ill.).
Paris, Galerie A. M. Reitlinger, “Dessins, Pastels, Peintures, Études par Mary Cassatt,” May 19-June 30, 1931, cat. 164.
Chicago, International Galleries, 1966.
Estate of the artist, 1926-1927 [Lugt 2665a]; Mathilde Vallet, Paris, 1927-1931 [according to Breeskin 1970]. Sold, Galerie A. M. Reitlinger, Paris, June 1931, Mathilde X sale, lot 164. Sold by Henri Petiet (died 1980), Paris, to the Art Institute, 1965.
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