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London, British Craft Centre, Richard Slee and Katherine Virgils, May 11-June 9, 1984, London.
The artist; probably sold, British Craft Centre, London, May 11–June 9, 1984, to Patricia Nichol Barnes, Evanston, IL (died 2019); by descent to her children Hank Bothfeld, Nick Bothfeld, Sandra Brown, and Deb Sherer, Evanston, IL; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2020.
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