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Gérard Denizeau and Simone Lurçat, L’œeuvre peint de Jean Lurçat, catalogue raisonné 1910-1965 (Lausanne, 1998), p. 410, no. 1935.38, as Le jardin public : rideau, 1935.
Given by Mrs. Charles Goodspeed (née Elizabeth Fuller, later Mrs. Gilbert Chapman; 1893–1980), Chicago, to the Art Institute, 1947.
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