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Nicholas Watkins, Matisse (Phaidon, 1984), p. 54, pl. 35, as Fishing Boat, 1904.
Robert McD. Parker, “Catalogue of the Stein Collections,” in The Steins Collect: Matisse, Picasso, and the Parisian Avant-Garde, exh. cat., ed. Janet Bishop, Cécile Debray, and Rebecca Rabinow (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art/Yale University Press, 2011), p. 420, no. 159 (ill.).
Paris, Musée National d’Art Moderne, “De Toulouse-Lautrec aux Cubistes,” 1954, p. 28, cat. 140.
Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts, “De Toulouse-Lautrec à Chagall: dessins, aquarelles, gouaches,” March 3–April 22, 1956, n.p., cat. 125, pl. 36.
Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie, “Henri Matisse: Zeichnungen und Gouaches Découpées,” December 11, 1993–February 20, 1994, p. 37, cat. 4 (ill.).
Leo Stein (1872–1947), Paris and Settignano, Italy [inscription on mat]. César de Hauke (1900-1965), Paris, by May 11, 1954-at least April 22, 1956 [Paris 1954]. Zwemmer Gallery, London. Given by Joel Starrels (1891-1986), Chicago, to the Art Institute, 1961.
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