Pen and black ink with brush and gray wash (recto and verso) on board
26 × 18.7 cm (10 1/4 × 7 3/8 in.)
The Regenstein Collection
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“From Maineri to Miró: The Regenstein Collection Since 1975,” The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 26:1 (2000), pp. 88-89, no. 39 (ill.) (recto).
Suzanne Folds McCullagh, “‘A Lasting Monument:’ The Regenstein Collection at The Art Institute of Chicago,” The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 26, 1 (2000), p. 12 (recto).
London, Tate Gallery, “Sickert,” 1960, cat. 32; also traveled to the Southhampton City Art Gallery and the Bradford City Art Gallery (recto).
Perth, Australia, The Art Gallery of Western Australia, “Sickert Drawings,” June 5-July 1, 1979, cat. 9, cat. by Lou Klepac; also traveled to the Brisbane Civic Art Gallery, 23 July-26 August 1979; and the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 7 September-21 October 1979 (recto).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Building a Collection: New Acquisitions and Promised Gifts of British Art,” May 1–August 1, 2004, checklist 25 (recto).
Sold by the artist (died 1942) to Alfred Brickell (Preston & Islington); bequeathed to Charles Bannerman, Scotland, c. 1950; bequeathed to Raymond Bishop, 1993 [all provenance is according to Peter Nahum]. Sold by Peter Nahum, Leicester Galleries, London, to the Art Institute, 1996.
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