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Maurice Joyant, Toulouse-Lautrec II (Paris, 1927), p. 222.
M. G. Dortu, Toulouse Lautrec et Son Oeuvre V (New York 1971), pp. 512-513, no. D.3.125 (ill.).
Harold Joachim and Sandra Haller Olsen, French Drawings and Sketchbooks of the Nineteenth Century 2 (Chicago, 1979), no. 5G12.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, “Toulouse Lautrec,” October 29-December 11, 1955, n.p., cat. 78 (ill.), as “The Artist’s Mother;” traveled to The Art Institute of Chicago, January 2-February 15, 1956.
Estate of the artist, from 1901 [Lugt 1338]. Dr. Gabriel Tapié de Céleyran, by 1927 [Joyant 1927]. Hector Brame (1866-1936), Paris [Dortu 1971]. Sold by César de Hauke, Paris, to the Art Institute, 1951.
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