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“Les idées nouvelles pour accrocher vos tableaux,” Connaissance des Arts 28 (15 June 1954), p. 24 (ill.).
Sacha Guitry, Cent Merveilles (Paris, 1954), pp. 24, 131(ill.)
Jean Cassou, Odilon Redon (Milan, 1972), no. 3, p. 69 (ill.)
Odilon Redon: Print of Dreams, 1840-1916, exh. cat. (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago; Amsterdam: Van Gogh Museum; London: Royal Academy of Arts; New York: H.N. Abrams, 1994), cat. 14, fig. 78, pp. 66 (ill.), 67, 68, 435.
Alec Wildenstein, Odilon Redon: catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre peint et dessiné (Paris, 1998), Vol. III, no. 1408, p. 50 (ill.), Vol. IV, cat. nos. 1408 and 2623 (verso), pp. 270 (ill.), 323.
(?) Paris, Galeries Durand-Ruel, “Pastels & Peintures de Odilon Redon,” 12-26 March 1903, no. 6 [listed as Coquelicots & Marguerites].
(?) Paris, Galeries Durand-Ruel, “Exposition Odilon Redon,” 28 February - 15 March 1906, no. 19 [listed as “Coquelicots & Marguerites].
(?) Rotterdam, Kunstzall Reckers, “Exposition de Peintures, Pastels, Dessins et Lithographies par Odilon Redon,” May 1907, no. 9 [listed as “Coquelicots et Marguerites”]
Paris, Galerie Druet, “Exposition d’oeuvres d’Odilon Redon (1840-1916), peintures, pastels, aquarelles, dessins, lithographies, eaux-fortes - Arts decoratifs.” 11-30 June 1923, no. 57, p. 3 [listed as “Pavot et camomille (1865)”].
Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, July 2- September 18, 1994, Odilon Redon: Prince of Dreams, cat. 14; Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, October 20, 1994 - January 15, 1995; London, Royal Academy of Arts, February 16- May 21, 1995 [Chicago and Amsterdam only].
Lugano, Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Odilon Redon: La Natura dell’Invisibile, September 9-November 14, 1996, cat. 18.
Dr. Raymond Jacques Sabouraud (died 1938), Paris, c. 1923 [according to Wildenstein 1998, vol. 3, p. 50]. Sacha Guitry (died 1957), Paris, by 1954; bequeathed to his fifth wife, Lana Marconi Guitry (died 1990). Private collection, Paris. Jacques Dubourg, Paris. Wildenstein and Co., Paris and New York [no. 8988 written on the frame], 1970; sold to Mrs. Clive Runnells, 1971; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1977.
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