Marius de Zayas, New York (acquired from the artist, circa 1920).
George de Zayas, New York (by descent from the above).
Richard Salmon, London.
Anon. (acquired from the above, January 1989); sale, Christie's, London, 3 February 2016, lot 254.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
M. Raynal, Picasso, Paris, 1922 (illustrated, pl. XIII; titled Deux femmes and dated 1906).
D.E. Gordon, Modern Art Exhibitions, 1900-1916, Selected Catalogue Documentation, Munich, 1974, p. 246, no. 1215 (illustrated).
A. Podoksik, Picasso, The Artist's Works in Soviet Museums, New York, 1989, p. 142 (illustrated, fig. 39).
D. Chevalier, Picasso, The Blue and Rose Periods, Bergamo, 1991, p. 45 (illustrated).
Munich, Moderne Galerie (Heinrich Thannhauser), Pablo Picasso, February 1913, no. 96 (illustrated; titled Die Begegnung and dated 1906).
New York, The Artis Group, Ltd., Drawings, Watercolors & Sculpture, From Lautrec to Picasso to Warhol, November-December 1987, no. 3 (illustrated and detail illustrated on a frontispiece).
Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art and Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, Picasso, The Early Years, 1892-1906, March 1997-January 1998, pp. 291 and 357, no. 78 (illustrated, p. 177).
Bogotá, Museo Nacional de Colombia, Picasso en Bogotá, May-August 2000, pp. 188 and 206, no. 5 (illustrated, p. 71).