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Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report, 1967-68 (Chicago, 1968), p. 20.
The Brunner collection, Vienna; by descent to Regina Pauline Munk (née Brunner), Engelsberg, Vienna; her son, Alfred Otto Munk, Connecticut, 1950 [according to Mrs. Frances Munk’s letter to Martha Wolff, dated April 16, 2005, in curatorial file]; offered for sale, Christie’s, London, June 28, 1963, lot 66; Christie’s, London, April 17, 1964, lot 158; Christie’s, London, June 11, 1965, lot 175; bought in at each sale; given to the Art Institute by A. O. Munk, 1967.
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