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“Paintings in the Art Institute of Chicago” (Art Institute of Chicago, 1961) p. 211.
American Federation of Arts, Marsden Hartley, San Antonio, McNay Art Institute, Dec. 1–30, 1960; Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Feb. 2–Mar. 6, 1961; Minneapolis, Walker Art Center, Sept. 25–Oct. 31, 1961; St. Louis, City Art Museum, Nov. 15–Dec. 15, 1961; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Jan. 1–31, 1962, cat. 10.
The Arts Club of Chicago, Seventy–Fifth Anniversary Exhibition, May 11–June 26, 1992.
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