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Gloria Groom, Édouard Vuillard Painter-Decorator. Patrons and Projects, 1892-1912, (New Haven and London, Yale University Press), 1993, p. 6, fig. 5.
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-14 (color ill.), as Pewter Jug and Vegetables.
Paris, Galerie Alfred Daber, “Oeuvres remarkables de Vuillard,” April 25–May 14, 1947.
Sold from the artist’s estate to Alfred Daber in 1941. M. Lambert, Paris, by 1947. Jacques Dubourg, Paris, by 1971. E.V. Thaw Gallery, New York, c. 1979 [preceeding provenance according to Mathias Chivot of the Vuillard Catalogue Raisonné, letter dated October 16, 2001 in object file] ; traded to Stephan Hahn [according to Leslie Chang of E.V. Thaw & Co, letter dated June 27, 2002 in object file]; sold by Hahn to Mary and Leigh Block by 1988; given to the Art Institute, 1988.
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