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Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago, 1961), p. 167.
The Hague, Oude Kunst uit Haagsch Bezit, December 12, 1936–January 31, 1937, cat. 77.
Oberlin, Ohio, Allen Memorial Art Museum, The Adolph Mayer Collection, long-term loan exhibition beginning in 1948, catalogue published in Allen Memorial Museum Bulletin 5 (January 1948), cat. 3, p. 3 (ill.).
Adolf Mayer, Mannheim and The Hague, by December 1936 [see The Hague 1936 exh. cat., no. 77, and label on reverse of stretcher]; by descent to his sons, Adolf I. Mayer Jr., New York, and H. Herbert Mayer, The Hague [see forward of 1948 Oberlin exh. cat.]; probably offered for sale by Adolf I. Mayer Jr. and H. Herbert Mayer through Van Diemen-Lilienfeld Gallery, New York [see forward of Oberlin 1948 exh. cat. and Van Diemen and Lilienfeld label on reverse of stretcher]; sold by Van Diemen-Lilienfeld Gallery, New York, to the Art Institute, 1955.
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