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Leona Prasse, Lyonel Feininger: A Definitive Catalogue of his Graphic Work: Etchings, Lithographs, Woodcuts (Cleveland, 1972), p. 84 (ill.).
New York, The Museum of Modern Art, “Lyonel Feininger/Marsden Hartley,” 1944.
Hamburger Kunsthalle, “Lyonel Feininger. Die Zeichnungen und Aquarelle,” January 23-April 6, 1998, cat. 36; also traveled to Germany, the Kunsthalle, Tübingen, April 18-June 8, 1998.
The Art Institute of Chicago, February 21-October 31, 1992.
Julia Feininger (née Lilienfeld) (died 1970), by 1944 [New York 1944]. Sold by Eugene V. Thaw, New York, to the Art Institute, 1972.
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