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Klaus Berger, Odilon Redon: Fantasy and Colour (New York, 1965), no. 386.
The Graphic Works of Odilon Redon : 209 Lithographs, Etchings and Engravings / with an introduction by Alfred Werner (NY: Dover Publications, 1969), no. 41.
Jean Cassou, Odilon Redon (Milan, 1972), p. 15 (ill.).
Alec Wildenstein, Odilon: Catalogue raisonne de l’oeuvre peint et dessine 1 (Paris, 1992), p. 23, no. 41 (ill.).
Paris, Musée des Arts Decoratifs, “Exposition Retrospective de l’Oeuvre d’Odilon Redon,” March 1926, cat. 97.
New York, Museum of Modern Art, “Odilon Redon, Gustave Moreau, Rodolphe Bresdin,” December 4, 1961-February 4, 1962, p. 77 (ill.); shown only at The Art Institute of Chicago, March 2-April 15, 1962.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “European Portraits 1600-1900 in The Art Institute of Chicago,” July 8-September 11, 1978, cat. 34.
The Art Institute of Chicago, May 1, 1988-December 15, 1989.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Odilon Redon: Prince of Dreams,” July 2-September 18, 1994, cat. 126, cat. by Douglas Druick et al.; traveled to Amsterdam, October 20, 1994-January 15, 1995; and London, February 16-May 21, 1995.
The artist to his son, Ari Redon [according to old label previously on the back of the frame]. Sold by Chester H. Johnson Galleries, Chicago, to Walter Brewster (1872-1954), Chicago, October 27, 1926 [invoice]; bequeathed by his wife, Kate L. Brewster (c. 1879-1947), to the Art Institute, 1950.
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