Paul Guillaume, Paris (by 1929).
Valentine Gallery, New York.
Gardner Dailey, San Francisco (by 1940).
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lindner, San Francisco (by 1950).
David Pleydell-Bouverie, California (by descent from the above, by 1976); sale, Christie's, New York, 31 October 1978, lot 36.
Acquired at the above sale by the present owner.
PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION
W. George, Arts à Paris, Paris, 1929, p. 32 (illustrated).
A. Sayre, "Untitled review," in Art News, February 1936, p. 7.
"Vital San Francisco Museum," in Art Digest, February 1940, p. 10 (illustrated)
P. Courthion, Soutine, peintre du déchirant, Lausanne, 1972, pp. 202-203, no. D (illustrated, p. 202; dated 1920-1922).
M. Tuchman, E. Dunow and K. Perls, Chaïm Soutine 1893-1943: Catalogue Raisonné, Cologne, 1993, vol. II, pp. 614-615, no. 67 (illustrated in color, p. 615).
Paris, Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, La grande peinture contemporaine à la collection Paul Guillaume, May-June 1929, p. 32 (illustrated).
Paris and New York, DeMotte, Inc., 1930, no. 462.
New York, Valentine Gallery, February 1936, no. 19.
San Francisco Museum of Art, Contemporary Art: paintings, watercolors and sculpture owned in the San Francisco bay region, January-February 1940, no. 283 (illustrated).
San Francisco Museum of Art, Art of Our Time, January-February 1945, no. 47.
San Francisco Museum of Art and San Francisco, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, Fifteenth Anniversary Exhibition, 1950-1951.
San Francisco Museum of Art, Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition, January 1955.
San Francisco Museum of Art, Art in the Twentieth Century, June-July 1955, p. 17.
The Arts Club of Chicago, Chaïm Soutine: Paintings, October 1956, no. 50.
San Francisco Museum of Art, Zacks Collection, May 1957.
California Palace of the Legion of Honor (on extended loan, 1959).
San Francisco, M.H. De Young Memorial Museum, European Works of Art in the M.H. De Young Memorial Museum, 1966 (titled Le capote rouge).
San Francisco Museum of Art (on extended loan, 1975).