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New York, Museum of Modern Art, Henri Matisse, Nov. 13, 1951–Jan. 13, 1952; Cleveland Museum of Art, Feb. 5–Mar. 16, 1952; Art Institute of Chicago, Apr. 1–May 4, 1952, addendum to catalogue, no cat. no., as Head of a Girl, (1942); San Francisco Museum of Art, May 22–July 6, 1952 (probably Chicago only).
Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie, “Themes and Variations,” December 11, 1993–February 13, 1994.
Martin Fabiani; exchanged with Bernheim-Jeune, Apr. 1950; sold by Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1950.
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