C. J. Bulliet, “Worcester’s Generosity,” The Art Digest XXI:13 (April 1, 1947), p. 14.
Pierre Courthion and Isabelle Rouault, Georges Rouault (New York, 1962), p. 422, no. 178 (ill.), as La Pauvre Eglise, 1929; Church in a Depressed Area.
Bernard Dorival and Isabelle Rouault, Rouault: l’œuvre peint 2 (Monte-Carlo, 1988), p. 21, no. 1189 (ill.), as “Je vois encore la vielle église au bout du chemin…,” 1929.
Peter Hastings Falk (ed.), The Annual Exhibition Record of The Art Institute of Chicago, 1888-1950 (Madison, Conn., 1990), p. 771, as Poor Man’s Church.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “21st International Exhibition of Water Colors,” May 14–August 23, 1942, n.p., cat. 16, as Poor Man’s Church, n.d.
Illinois Federation of Arts (organizer), October 5, 1952–April 26, 1953; exhibited in Galesburg, Ill., Galesburg Civic Art League.
The Art Institute of Chicago, June 7, 1991–February 28, 1992.
Charles H. and Mary F. S. Worcester, Chicago, by 1942 [Chicago 1942]; given to the AIC, 1947.
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