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Aubrey Beardsley, A Second Book of Fifty Drawings (Leonard Smithers: London, 1899) p. 91, no. 20 (ill.).
A. E. Gallatin, Aubrey Beardsley: Catalogue of Drawings and Bibliography (The Grolier Club: New York, 1945), p. 26, no. 202.
Hans Tietze, European Master Drawings in the United States (New York, 1947), pp. 310-11, no. 155 (ill.).
Aubrey Beardsley, The Early Work of Aubrey Beardsley (Da Capo Press: New York, 1967), no. 31 (ill.).
Linda Gertner Zatlin, Aubrey Beardsley: A Catalogue Raisonné, vol.1 (New Haven and London, 2016), pp.108-09, no.198 (ill.).
University of Minnesota Gallery, “Interplay ‘80: The Roots of Conflict, 1890-1918.” June 1-July 15,1980.
London, Tate Britain, “Audrey Beardsley,” Mar. 2-May 25, 2020; also Paris, Musée d’Orsay, June 16-Sept. 13, 2020, 51, p.81, cat. 35 (ill.).
William More Adey (1858-1942). Charles Deering (1852–1927), Chicago; by descent to his daughters, Mrs. Chauncey McCormick (née Marion Deering; 1886–1965), Chicago and Mrs. Richard Ely Danielson (née Barbara Deering; 1885–1957), Chicago; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1927.
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