Raymond Escholier, Henri Matisse (Paris, 1937), p. 37 (ill.).
Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Matisse: His Art and His Public (New York, 1951), pp. 137 (ill.), 138, as Woman Nursing Knee; A Foot (Nu assis; pied).
Raymond Escholier, Matisse, Ce Vivant (Paris, 1956), p. 37 (ill.).
James Watrous, The Craft of Old Master Drawings (Madison, Wisc., 1957), (ill.) opp. p. 52.
Mario Luzi and Massimo Carrà, L’Opera di Matisse: dalla rivolta ‘fauve’ all’intimismo, 1904–1928, Classici dell’arte, 49 (Milan, 1971), p. 109 (ill.), cat. D5, as Nudo seduto e un piede.
A.R. Elsen, Sculpture of Matisse (New York, 1972), p. 139 (ill.).
Clement Greenberg, Henri Matisse (New York, 1973), n.p. (ill.), pl. 6, as Studies of Woman Holding Knee.
A. Izerghina, et al., trans. by R. J. Rosengrant, V. Paperno, Yu. Nemetsky, and I. Vlader, Henri Matisse: Paintings and Sculptures in Soviet Museums (Leningrad, 1978) p. 188 (ill.), as The Foot.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “A Century of Progress: Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Lent from American Collections”, June 1–November 1, 1933, p. 101, cat. 1033, as Woman Nursing Knee—A Foot.
Los Angeles, University of California, Art Council, “Henri Matisse,” 1966, p. 144 (ill.), cat. 153.
Baltimore, Museum of Art, “Matisse as Draftsman,” 1971, p. 54 (ill.), cat. 17.
New York, Museum of Modern Art, “The Sculpture of Matisse,” 1972, p. 33 (ill.), 55, cat. 81, as Seated Model Clasping Knee; traveled to Minneapolis, Walker Art Center, June 20-August 6,1972; Berkeley, Calif., University Art Museum, University of California, September 18-october 29, 1972.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Imaging the Body,” January 30–April 28, 1992.
Chicago, AIC, “Matisse: Radical Invention 1913–1917,” March 20–June 20, 2010, p. 105, cat. 10f, cat. by Stephanie D’Alessandro
Given by Emily Crane Chadbourne (1871-1964), Stone Ridge, NY and Washington, D. C., to the Art Institute, 1926.
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