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Pierre Daix and Georges Boudaille, Picasso 1900-1906: catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre peint (Neuchâtel, 1966), p. 310, no. D.XV.5 (ill.).
Denys Sutton and Paolo Lecaldano, The Complete Paintings of Picasso: Blue and Rose Periods (New York, 1968), pp. 110 and 111, no. 275b (ill.).
Christian Zervos, Pablo Picasso XXII (Paris, 1970), p. 129, no. 353 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Picasso in Chicago,” February 3–March 31, 1968, pp. 60 and 116, cat. 62 (ill.).
Cambridge, Mass., Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, “Master Drawings by Picasso,” 1981, p. 253, no. 6; shown only at The Art Institute of Chicago, April 29–June 14, 1981.
Walter S. Brewster (1872–1954), Chicago, by 1924 [according to inventory of Brewster collection in archives]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1954.
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