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Ulrike Lorenz, Otto Dix: Das Werkverzeichnis der Zeichnungen und Pastelle II (Weimar 2003), p. 749, no. EDV 6.1.19 (ill.).
Maria Makela, “‘A Clear and Simple Style’: Tradition and Typology in New Objectivity,” The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 28:1 (2002), p. 50, fig. 15.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “German Art of the Past: Prints and Drawings from Friedrich to Baselitz,” June 15-September 22. 2002.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Collecting for Chicago: Prints, Drawings, and Patronage,” June 14-September 14, 2008.
Sold by the Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, to the Art Institute, 1967.
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