Black crayon on cream wove tracing paper (discolored to tan), laid down on ivory wove paper
202 × 145 mm
Gift of Robert Allerton
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John Rewald. Édouard Manet Pastels (Bruno Cassirer, 1947), p. 33 (ill.).
Denis Rouart and Daniel Wildenstein. Édouard Manet: catalogue raisonné (Bibliothèque des arts, 1975), pp 154-5, pl. 423.
Art Institute of Chicago, “A Century of Progress, ” 1933, cat. 918.
By descent from the artist to his wife, Suzanne Manet (née Leenhoff; 1829–1906), Paris, Apr. 30, 1883 [stamp (Lugt 880), lower right, in black ink]. Ambroise Vollard by 1897 [Proust 1897]. Given by Robert Allerton (1873–1964), Chicago, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1922.
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