Michael Kellermann, André Derain: Catalogue Raisonné de l’oeuvre peint (Paris: Éditions Galerie Schmit, 1992), pp. 257 (ill.),259 (ill.), cat. 419, as La Cène, 1913.
Giraudon, Colette, Les Arts à Paris chez Paul Guillaume: 1918–1935 (Paris: Musée de l’Orangerie, 1993), p. 28, as La Cène.
Giraudon, Colette, Paul Guillaume et les peintres du Xxe siècle: De l’art nègre à l’avant-garde (Paris: La Bibliothèque des arts, 1993), pp. 48, 49 (ill.), as La Cène.
Pagé, Suzanne and Françoise Marquet, André Derain: le peintre du ‘trouble modern, exh. cat. (Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1994), pp. 18, 19 (ill.)186–87 (ill.), 188, as La Cène.
Paris, Galerie Paul Guillaume, Exposition peintres d’aujourd’hui, December 15–23, 1918, cat. 8, as La Cène.
Chicago, Arts Club Exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, A Loan Exhibition of Some Modern Paintings, December 21, 1926–January 24, 1927, cat. 5.
Chicago, Renaissance Society, Liturgical Art and Some Other Themes, April 22–May 22, 1932.
Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, The 1939 International Exhibition of Paintings, October 19–December 10, 1939, n.p., cat. 246.
Dayton Art Institute, Religious Art of Today: Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings, Liturgical Objects, Architecture, April 11–June 1, 1944, n.p., cat. 8 (ill.).
Chicago, Merchandise Mart, American Federation of Artists, Art Sacre, December 12, 1951–January 4, 1952.
Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne, L’Ouevre du XXe Siecle, May–June 1952, n.p., cat. 23, as La Cène; traveled to London, Tate Gallery, Twentieth Century Masterpieces: An Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, July 15–August 17, 1952, p. 9, cat. 18.
Art Institute of Chicago, Masterpieces of Religious Art, July 15–August 31, 1954, p. 55 (ill.).
Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville Paris, André Derain: le peintre du ‘trouble moderne,’ November 18, 1994–March 19, 1995; traveled to Madrid, Fundación Collección Thyssen-Bornemisza, A. Derain: El pintor del ‘malestar moderno,’ April 4–July 23, 1995, pp. 22 (ill.), 23–24, as La Cena, 1911-1913.
The artist; Paul Guillaume (died 1934), Paris, 1918 [Paris 1994; price list from Guillaume, Dec. 1920; this and the following according to letter from Guillaume to Lillie, May 23, 1925; copies in curatorial file]; purchased through Emily Crane Chadbourne by her sister, Mrs. Frank R. (Frances Crane) Lillie (died 1958), Wheeling, IL and Chicago, c. 1925 [according to letter from Mrs. Albert W. Barrows, Oct. 2, 1976, copy in curatorial file]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1946.
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