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Paul Cézanne (the artist's son), Paris.
Montross Gallery, New York (Alfred Stieglitz).
Private collection, by whom acquired from the above in 1916.
Private collection, Europe.
Phyllis Hattis Fine Arts, New York.
Acquired from the above by the present owners.
F. Novotny, Paul Cézanne, Vienna, 1937 (illustrated pl. 112); second edition, New York, 1948 (illustrated pl. 102).
F. Novotny, Cézanne und das Ende der wissenschaftlichen Perspective, Vienna, 1938, no. 19, p. 196.
L. Venturi, Paul Cézanne: Watercolours, London, 1943, no. 1061. G. Nicodemi, Cézanne Disegni, Milan, 1944 (illustrated fig. 66). J. Rewald, Paul Cézanne: The Watercolours, London, 1983, no. 513, p. 213 (with slightly incorrect measurements; illustrated).
New York, Photo-Secession Gallery, Watercolours by Cézanne, March 1911, no. 14 (titled 'The Winding Way').
New York, Montross Gallery, Cézanne, January 1916, no. 28 (titled 'Two Trees').
Washington D.C., The National Gallery of Art, Modern Art and America: Alfred Stieglitz and his New York Galleries, January - April 2001, no. 17 (illustrated p. 104).
London, Lefevre Fine Art & Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd., Works on Paper from Turner to Freud, February - March 2005, no. 23 (illustrated p. 51); this exhibition later travelled to New York, Adelson Galleries, April - May 2005.