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Lamberto Vitali, Disegni di Modigliani (Milan, 1929), n.p., (ill.).
Arthuir Pfannstiel, L’Art et la Vie Modigliani (Paris, 1929), pp. 60 and 70 (ill.).
Giovanni Treccani Institute, Enciclopedia Italiana di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti XIII (Milan, 1932), p. 12 (ill.), as Nudo di donna Firenze.
A. Frankfurter, “Il Bon Disegno from Chicago,” Art News XIII (November 1963), p. 30.
J. Lanthemann, Modigliani (Barcelona, 1970), pp. 151, 366 (ill.), cat. 904, dated 1917.
Osvaldo Patani, Amedeo Modigliani: Catalogo Generale, Sculture e Disegni 1909–1914 2 (Milan, 1992), p. 253 (ill.), cat. 451, as Nudo femminile seduto.
Venice Biennale, 1930, cat. 1132.
Florence, “La peinture française à Florence,” February 1945, pp. 98, pl. CIV (ill.), cat. 222, as Dessin.
New York, Wildenstein and Company, “Master Drawings from The Art Institute,” October 17-November 30, 1963, n.p., cat. 158, pl. L.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “A Quarter Century of Collecting: Drawings Given to The Art Institute of Chicago, 1944-1970 by Margaret Day Blake,” April 28-June 7, 1970, n.p., cat. 51 (ill.).
Urbana-Champaign, Ill., Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, “Drawings from the Collections of The Art Institute of Chicago,” April 23–May 14, 1972.
Palm Beach, Fla., Society of Four Arts, “Drawings from The Art Institute of Chicago,” January 5–27, 1974, cat. 33.
Chicago, Spertus Museum of Art, “Jewish Artists of the 20th Century: A Survey,” October 5, 1975–January 1976, n.p., (ill.), cat. 39.
Dusseldorf, Kunstsammlung Nordheim-Westfalen, “Amedeo Modigliani,” January 19–April 1, 1991, pp. 179 and 225, cat. 186, pl. 132; traveled to the Kunsthaus, Zurich, April 19–July 7, 1991.
New York, Jewish Museum, “Modigliani: Beyond the Myth,” May 21–September 19, 2004, pp. 179 and 211, pl. 123; traveled to the Art Gallery of Ontario, October 23, 2004–January 23, 2005; and Washington, D.C., Phillips Collection, February 19–May 29, 2005.
Jeanne Modigliani, Florence, by inheritance, 1920–at least 1932 [Patani 1992, Giovanni Treccani Institute 1932]. Count Contini, Florence, by 1945 [Florence 1945]. Sold by Richard H. Zinser, Forest Hills, New York, to the Art Institute, 1951.
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