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Signed recto, lower left, in blue pastel: "T-Lautrec"
66.1 × 49.4 cm (26 1/16 × 19 1/2 in.)
Bequest of Kate L. Brewster
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Frank Getlein, “The Artist Looks at People: Portrait Show at The Art Institute of Chicago,” Art In America XLVI (Winter 1958–59), pp. 65–66 (ill.).
Reinhold Heller, “Rediscovering Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s ‘At the Moulin Rouge,’” The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies, 12:2 (1986), pp. 115-135 (ill.).
Diane Kelder, The Great Book of French Impressionism (New York, 1997).
New York, The Museum of Modern Art, “Lautrec, Redon,” 1931, p. 4, cat. 24.
The Art Institute of Chicago, September 9, 1988-August 12, 1989.
Washington, D.C., The National Gallery of Art, and The Art Institute of Chicago, “Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre,” p. 59, cat. 64 (ill.); shown in Washington, D.C., The National Gallery of Art, March 20-June 12, 2005, and The Art Institute of Chicago, July 16-October 10, 2005.
Sold by Chester H. Johnson Galleries, Chicago, to Walter S. Brewster (1872-1954), Chicago, October 1926 [invoice]; bequeathed by his wife, Kate Brewster (c.1879-1947) to the Art Institute, 1949.
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