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The Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 1988-89 (Chicago: The Art Institute, 1989), pp. 22, 36 (fig. 20), 55, as Portrait of the Artist’s Aunt Sorel.
Antoine Salomon and Guy Cogeval, Vuillard: The Inexhaustible Glance Critical Catalogue of Paintings and Pastels, vol. 1 (Milan: Skira; Paris Wildenstein Institute, 2003), cat. I-74 (color ill.), as Madame Vuillard in Profile.
Washington D. C., National Gallery of Art, One Hundred European Paintings and Drawings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh B. Block , May 4–June 11, 1967, as Portrait of the Artist’s Mother, c. 1894, cat. 30; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, September 21–November 2, 1967; Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, February 2–April 14, 1968, cat. 31.
The artist studio until at least 1940. Sam Salz, New York; Mary and Leigh Block, Chicago by 1967; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1988.
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