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Art News (Annual Supplement) 36, 26 (1938), p. 162 (ill.)
The Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago, 1961), p. 365.
Santa Barbara, Museum of Art, The Horse in Art, July–August 1954, cat. 35; traveled to San Francisco, Palace of the Legion of Honor, August–September 1954; Kansas City, W. R. Nelson Gallery, October–November 1954.
Baltimore, Maryland, The Walters Art Gallery, Fortuny and his Circle, March 28–May 15, 1970.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Second Empire, 1852–1870: Art in France under Napoleon III, October 1–November 26, 1978, cat. VI-99 (ill.); traveled to Detroit Institute of Arts, January 15–March 18, 1979; Paris, Grand Palais, April 24–July 2, 1979.
Marie Sterner Galleries, New York by 1938 [illustrated in an advertisement for Sterner Galleries in Art News 36, 26 (1938)]; bought by the Art Institute with Wentworth Greene Field funds, 1947.
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