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K. E. Maison, Honoré Daumier: Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings, vol. 2 (Greenwich, Conn., 1968), p. 169, no. 504, pl. 173.
Harold Joachim, French Drawings and Sketchbooks of the Nineteenth Century (Chicago, 1979), p. 45, no. 2D5.
Thomas W. Gaehtgens and Julietta Scharf, “Die Sammlung Otto Gerstenberg in Berlin,” in Die Moderne und Ihre Sammler: Französische Kunst in Deutschem Privatbesitz vom Kaiserreich zur Weimarer Reublik (Berlin, 2001), p. 179.
Ottawa, The National Gallery of Canada, “Daumier 1808-1879”, June 11-September 6, 1999, pp. 412 (ill.) and 419, cat. 261; Washington, D.C., The Phillips Collection, February 19-May 14, 2000.
Otto Gerstenberg (died 1935), Berlin, by 1927; by descent to his daughter, Margaret Scharf, from 1935 [a letter from Maison in curatorial file]. Fritz Nathan, Zurich [Maison 1968]; sold to the Art Institute, 1965.
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