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The Paul Klee Foundation, Paul Klee: Catalogue Raisonné, 7 (Bern, 2003), p. 360, no. 7296 (ill.).
Düsseldorf, Hetjens-Museum, “Späte Werke von Paul Klee: Leihgaben der Paul-Klee-Gesellschaft, Bern,” November-December 1948, cat. 12; also traveled to the Kunsthalle Mannheim, April 2-May 1, 1949, and the Kunstverein, Freiburg, May 9-June 8, 1949.
The Art Institute of Chicago, February 7-April 25, 1994.
By descent to the artist’s wife, Lily Klee (1876-1946), Bern [Angela Rosengart of Galerie Rosengart]; Klee-Gesellschaft; Rolf Bürgi, Bern, to 1953 [Angela Rosengart; Paul Klee Foundation 2003]. Galerie Rosengart, Lucerne, 1953-1962 [Paul Klee Foundation 2003]. Sigmund W. and Maxine Kunstadter, Chicago, from 1962 [Paul Klee Foundation 2003]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1978.
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