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The Art Institute of Chicago Annual Report 1978-79 (Chicago, 1979), p. 35.
Washington, National Gallery of Art, The Search for Alexander, November 16, 1980-April 5, 1981, cat. H (ill.); traveled to The Art Institute of Chicago, May 14-September 7, 1981, Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, October 23, 1981-January 10, 1982, and San Francisco, M. H. de Young Museum, February 19-May 16, 1982. (shown only in Chicago)
Anon. sale, Christie’s, London, May 24, 1963, lot 180; bought in; anon. sale, Sotheby’s, London, July 8, 1964, lot 44; bought in; anon. sale, Sotheby’s, London, June 16, 1965, lot 81. Anthony M. Clark (died 1978), London; sold Christie’s, London, July 6, 1978, lot 51 to the Art Institute.
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