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A. James Speyer and Courtney Graham Donnell, Twentieth Century European Painting (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1980), p. 63, no. 3D5.
William Rubin, Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation, exh. cat. (New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1996), pp. 317, 320, and 334 (ill.).
James N. Wood and Teri J. Edelstein, The Art Institute of Chicago: Twentieth-Century Painting and Sculpture (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1996), p. 51 (ill.).
Andrea Kirsch and Rustin S. Levenson, Seeing Through Paintings: physical examination in art historical studies (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000), pp. 54-55 (fig. 59).
Enrique Mallen, The On-Line Picasso Project (http://www.tamu.edu/mocl/picasso/), no. 21:13 (ill.).
Émilia Philippot, Joachim Pissarro, and Bernard Ruiz–Picasso, Olga Picasso, exh. cat. (Musée Picasso, 2017), pp. 150, cat. 164 (color ill.); 151; 300.
Paris, Musée Picasso, Olga Picasso, Mar. 21–Sept. 3, 2017, cat. 164.
The artist; given to the Art Institute, 1968.
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