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Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland, Delacroix, August 14-September 12, 1964, cat. 75, traveled to London, Royal Academy of Arts, October 1-November 8, 1964.
Stockholm, Natinalmuseum, Delacroix’ Lejonakter, October 1-December 6, 1981, cat. 28 (ill.).
Tokyo, Seibu Museum of Art, The Impressionist Tradition: Masterpieces from The Art Institute of Chicago, October 18-December 17, 1986, cat. 1 (ill.), traveled to Fukuoka Art Museum, January 5-February 2, 1986 and Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, March 4-April 13, 1986.
Paris, Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, Delacroix les dernières années, April 7-July 20, 1998, cat. 23 (ill.), traveled to Philadelphia Museum of Art, September 10, 1998-January 3, 1999.
Charlottenlund/Copenhagen, Ordrupgaard, Delacroix: The Music of Painting, September 13-December 30, 2000, cat. 16 (ill.).
Minneapolis, Minneapolis Institute of Art, “Delacroix’s Influence: The Rise of Modern Art from Cézanne to van Gogh,” 18 October 2015 – 10 January 2016, traveled to London, National Gallery, 17 February – 22 May 2016
Possibly sold from the artist to Vaisse for 2,500 francs [this and the following information according to Johnson 1989]. Comte d’Aquila; his sale, February 21-22, 1868, lot 7, sold for 14,505 francs. Faure, Paris, 1885 [according to Robaut 1885; see also catalogue of 1892 sale citied below]. R. Austin Robertson, New York; his estate sale, New York, American Art Association, April 7, 1892, lot 147 (ill.); sold for 13,000 francs to Mr. and Mrs. Potter Palmer, Chicago; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1922.
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