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Extended information about this artwork
Penn, Irving. 1960. “Moments Preserved.” Simon and Schuster. p. 134. (other print of this image)
Szarkowski, John. 1984. “Irving Penn.” Exh. cat. Museum of Modern Art/New York Graphic Society Books. pl. 14. (other print of this image)
Foresta, Merry A. and William F. Stapp. 1990. “Irving Penn: Master Images.” Exh. cat. National Museum of American Art and National Portrait Gallery/Smithsonian Institution Press. p. 101, cat. 65. (other print of this image)
Penn, Irving. 1991. “Passage: A Work Record.” Knopf. p. 28. (other print of this image)
Hürlimann, Annemarie. 1994. “Irving Penn: Collection privée/Irving Penn: Privatsammlung.” Exh. cat. Musée d’art et d’histoire/Editions Bentali. p. 22, cat. 5. (other print of this image)
Lundström, Jan-Erik. 1995. “Irving Penn fotografier: en donation till mine av Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn/Irving Penn Photographs: A Donation in Memory of Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn.” Exh. cat. Moderna Museet/Raster Förlag. p. 139. (other print of this image)
Westerbeck, Colin. 1997. “Irving Penn: A Career in Photography.” Exh. cat. Art Institute of Chicago/Bulfinch Press. p. 176, cat. 20.
Greenough, Sarah. 2005. “Irving Penn: Platinum Prints.” Exh. cat. National Gallery of Art/Yale University Press. pl. 3 (other print of this image)
Tedeschi, Martha and Kristi Dahm. 2011. “John Marin’s Watercolors: A Medium for Modernism.” Exh. cat. Art Institute of Chicago/Yale University Press. p. 174, fig. 121.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Irving Penn, A Career in Photography,” November 22, 1997–February 1, 1998; traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia, State Hermitage Museum, March 1–May 16, 1998; Hamburg, Germany, Deichtorhallen, June 18–September 6, 1998; Munich, Germany, Müchner Stadtmuseum, October 6, 1998–February 21, 1999; San Francisco, California, Friends of Photography/Ansel Adams Center for Photography, November 11, 1999–January 23, 2000; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, March 25–June 4, 2000; Paris, France, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, September 13–November 5, 2000. (Colin Westerbeck)
Art Institute of Chicago, “John Marin’s Watercolors: A Medium for Modernism,” January 22–April 17, 2011; traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, High Museum of Art, June 26–September 11, 2011 (Chicago only). (Martha Tedeschi)
Marlborough Gallery, New York [then the artist’s representative], by September 1977; sold to the Art Institute, 1977.
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