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Karlsruhe, Badischer Kunstverein, “Lovis Corinth: Das Portrait,” June 4-September 3, 1967, cat. 100, (ill.).
Bremen, Ausstellung Kunsthalle, “Lovis Corinth Handzeichnungen und Aquarelle 1875-1925,” cat. 189, p. 169 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago: “Reflections of Weimar Germany: Portfolios by Max Beckman and Lovis Corinth,” July 18-October 31, 1992 (gallery 119).
Munich, The Haus der Kunst, “Lovis Corinth,” the St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Mo, November 14, 1996-January 26, 1997; and The Tate Gallery, London, February 20-May 4, 1997, cat. 258, p. 357 (ill.).
Hamburg, Hamburger Kunsthalle, “Lovis Corinth,” November 19, 2004-March 6, 2005, p. 125, cat. 62, (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper,” July 17-September 13, 2009, no cat.
The artist’s son, Thomas Corinth (died 1988), New York and Philadelphia [correspondence from Wilhelmine Corinth Klopferof January 15, 1990 in curatorial file]; estate of Thomas Corinth; by descent to his sister, Wilhelmine Corinth Klopfer, New York [letter cited above]; sold to the Art Institute, 1990.
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