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Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Art Institute, 1961), p. 252.
Max Huggler, Paul Klee: Die Malerei als Blick in den Kosmos (Stuttgart, 1969), p. 170.
Richard Verdi, “Musikalische Einflüsse bei Klee,” Melos (January–February 1973), v. XL, p. 16 (ill.).
Richard Verdi, “Musical Influences on the Art of Paul Klee,” Museum Studies (1968), v. 3, pp. 94–5 (ill.), fig. 12.
A. James Speyer and Courtney Graham Donnell, Twentieth Century European Paintings (University of Chicago Press, 1980), p. 49, cat. 2C11.
Chicago, The Arts Club, Thirteen Pictures from Chicago Collections, November 8–December 6, 1956, cat. 48.
Zurich, Kunsthaus, Paul Klee: Neue Werke, February 16–March 25, 1940, no. 150.
Estate of Paul Klee [receipt from Theodore Schempp in file]. Buchholz Gallery, New York [receipt from Schempp in file]. Lee A. Ault, New Cannan, Conn. [receipt from Schempp in file]. Theodore Schempp and Co., Paris and New York, by April 20, 1951 [copy of receipt of April 20, 1951 in curatorial file]; sold to Mrs. Morton G. Schamburg, Highland Park, Ill., April 20, 1951 to 1959; given to the Art Institute, 1959.
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