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Bloomington, Ind., University of Indiana, “Rodin,” 1965.
Washington, D.C., The National Gallery of Art, “Rodin Drawings: True and False,” November 20, 1971-January 23, 1972, cat. 92; traveled to New York, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, March 9-May 14, 1972.
Paris, Musée National de l’Art Moderne, May 31-September 1977.
Washington, D.C., The National Gallery of Art, “Rodin Rediscovered,” July 4-October 4, 1981; traveled to New York, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum October 15, 1981-January 2, 1982; The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, February 15-May 20, 1982; and Paris, the Musée Rodin, June-August, 1982.
Paris, Musée d’Orsay, “Alfred Stieglitz and His Circle: Modernity in New York, 1905–1930,” October 18, 2004-January 16, 2005, p. 85, cat. 33 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Rodin: Sculptor and Storyteller”, November 3, 2017 - March 4, 2018.
Edward Steichen (1879-1973). Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946), New York, around 1908 or 1910 [according to McCauley 2001]; Stieglitz Estate (Georgia O’Keefe (1887–1986), executor); given to the Art Institute, 1949.
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