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John William Cowart III, “’Ecoliers’ to ‘Fauves,’ Matisse, Marquet, and Manguin drawings: 1890-1906,” PhD. Dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, May 1972, pp. 218, 343 (ill.), fig. 206.
Given by Carter H. Harrison (1860-1953), Chicago, to the Art Institute, 1943.
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