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Arsène Alexandre, Daumier. Maîtres de l’art moderne (Paris, 1928), pl. 35.
Julius Meier-Graefe, “Honoré Daumier—Fifty Years After,” International Studio 94, 388 (1929), p. 25 (ill.).
Eduard Fuchs, Der Maler Daumier. Nachtrag—Supplement (Munich, 1930), pp. 62, 279, no. 279b.
K. E. Maison, Honoré Daumier Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Watercolours and Drawings. Vol. I. The Paintings (New York, 1968), pp. 437-8.
John D. Morse, Old Master Paintings in North America (New York, 1979), p. 88.
Chicago, Arts Club of Chicago, Loan Exhibition of Modern Paintings Privately Owned by Chicagoans, January 4-18, 1929, no. 61.
New York, Museum of Modern Art, Corot Daumier, October 16-November 23, 1930, no. 74.
Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, June 1-November 1, 1934, no. 158.
Chicago, Arts Club of Chicago, Exhibition of the Joseph Winterbotham Collection, December 9-31, 1936, no. 10.
Springfield, Mass., Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, The Romantic Revolt, February 7-March 5, 1939, no. 28.
Reinhardt Galleries, New York [this provenance is given in a receipt of November 25, 1929, in Art Institute Registrar’s office, copy in curatorial file, recording the loan of the painting from Joseph Winterbotham, Jr.]; Joseph Winterbotham, Jr. (died 1954), Burlington, Vermont, by 1929 [according to the receipt cited above and Chicago 1929]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago as part of the Joseph Winterbotham bequest in 1954.
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