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Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report, 1938, p. 164 (ill).
Odenheimer, D., “Lehmbruch and Barlach,” Art Institute of Chicago Bulletin, vol. 34, no. 3 (March 1940), pp. 41 (ill.) p. 42.
Odenheimer, D. Modern Sculpture (1940), p. 15, (ill.).
Ernst Barlach Archive, Ernst Barlach: Katalog der Plastik (Munich: Wolfgang Gielow, 1954), no. 186.
Carls, Carl Dietrich, Ernst Barlach (New York and Washington: Fredrick A. Praeger, 1969), p. 184 (ill.) p.185.
New York, Buchholz Gallery, Ernst Barlach, November 29–December 20, 1938, no. 14.
Dayton, Ohio, Art Institute, 1944.
Lincoln, Nebraska, University of Nebraska Art Galleries, The Work of Ernst Barlach, October 23–November 20, 1955; traveled to Seattle, Washington, Henry Gallery of the University of Washington, December 10, 1955–January 8, 1956; Dayton Art Institute, January 29–February 26, 1956; and Cambridge, Massachusetts, Busch Reisinger Museum, Harvard University, March 18–April 15, 1956, no. 22.
Purchased from Atelier Ernst Barlach, 1938.
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