46.3 x 65.1cm stretcher; 67.0 x 86.0 x 9.0cm frame
Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd (England), 17 Sep 1929-03 Mar 1942, London/England, Purchased by the AGNSW from Arthur Tooth & Sons 1942. Tooth stock no. 8839
Paul Guillaume (France, b.1891, d.1934), pre 17 Sep 1929, Paris/France, Purchased by Arthur Tooth & Sons from Paul Guillaume, 17 September 1929, stock no. 8839
'Battle of the new: Picasso and peers versus the pillars of the Australian art establishment', pg. 14-18., Look Mar 2005, Mar 2005, 17, 18 (colour illus.).
Margaret Olley (Australia, b.1923, d.2011) (Author), Barry Humphries (Australia, b.1934) (Author), Deborah Hart (South Africa; United Kingdom; Australia, b.1959) (Director), Christine France (Australia) (Co-ordinator), Favourites: Margaret Olley and Barry Humphries choose from public and private collections, Sydney, 2000. Catalogue entry appears in inserted list to printed catalogue
Art Gallery of New South Wales (Australia, estab. 1874) (Author), A selection of eighty-two reproductions mainly from the Australian collection and including examples from the British, French and Dutch [Art Gallery of New South Wales]., Sydney, 1959. plate 70
Queensland Art Gallery (Australia, estab. 1895) (Author), French Art from Australian collections, Brisbane, 1959.
Art in Australia [series 4, no. 5] Mar 1942, Mar 1942, (colour illus.). plate 21, This issue is subtitled 'The Home'. Series 4, no. 5
Editor Unknown (Editor), The Daily Telegraph exhibition of French and British modern art, Sydney, 1939. cat.no. 29
The Daily Telegraph exhibition of French and British modern art, National Gallery of South Australia, 21 Aug 1939–17 Sep 1939.
The Daily Telegraph exhibition of French and British modern art, Melbourne Town Hall, 16 Oct 1939–01 Nov 1939.
The Daily Telegraph exhibition of French and British modern art, David Jones' Art Gallery, Sydney, 20 Nov 1939–30 Dec 1939.
French art from Australian collections, Queensland Art Gallery, Jun 1959–Jul 1959.
Favourites: Margaret Olley and Barry Humphries choose from Australian collections (2000), S.H. Ervin Gallery, 15 Jan 2000–27 Feb 2000.