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Chicago, Richard Feigen Gallery, “Fantasy and Vision,” February 7-March 17, 1962, cat. 49.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Undressed: The Fashion of Privacy”, June 22-September 29, 2013
Mrs. Robert Frank, London, from 1961 [a letter from Terry Dreyfus of the Feigen Gallery to Charles Cunningham of July 22, 1976 in the curatorial file]. Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago, by 1962 [Chicago 1962]. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weinstein, Chicago, 1962-1972 [letter mentioned above]. Sold by Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago, to Harold Joachim, Chicago [Joachim purchased the drawing on behalf of the staff of the Art Institute, according to a letter from Charles Cunningham to Terry Dreyfus of July 23, 1976 in the curatorial file]; given by the staff of the Art Institute to Charles C. Cunningham, 1972 [Cunningham letter mentioned above]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1980.
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