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Munich, Galerie Neue Kunst Hans Goltz, “Paul Klee: Zweite Gesamtausstellung 1920-1925,” May-June 1925, cat. 75.
New York, Buchholz Gallery, “Paul Klee,” November 1-26, 1938, cat. 9.
Cincinnati Art Museum, “Paintings by Paul Klee and Mobiles and Stabiles by Alexander Calder,” April 7-May 3, 1942.
New York, Buchholz Gallery, “Paul Klee, André Masson & Some Aspects of Ancient and Primitive Sculpture,” February 23-March 20, 1943, cat. 3.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “The Broad Spectrum: Color on Paper, Past and Present,” September 12–October 31, 1999, hors. cat.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Bridget Riley Drawings: From the Artist’s Studio”, September 17, 2022 - January 16, 2023.
Galerie Neue Kunst Hans Goltz, Munich [Paul Klee Foundation 2000]. Heinrich Stinnes (1867-1932), Cologne; Stinnes estate, Cologne; sold, Gutekunst and Klipstein, June 20-22, 1938, lot 524 (ill.).. Curt Valentin, New York, by 1938 [New York 1938]; sold to the Art Institute, 1943.
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