Art of This Century, New York.
Peggy Guggenheim, Venice.
Michel Tapié, Paris.
Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Anderson, Atherton.
Harold Diamond, New York.
A Midwestern collector (acquired in 1970).
By descent to the present owner.
A PRIVATE COLLECTOR
Tiger's Eye, Mar. 1948, vol. I, no. 3, p. 106 (illustrated).
I. Tomassoni, Pollock, New York 1968, no. 36 (illustrated and titled Composition 1946).
F. Bayl, "Jackson Pollock," Die Kunst und das Schore Hein 9, June 1961, p. 331, no. 3 (illustrated).
New International Illustrated Encyclopedia of Art, New York 1967, vol. 1 (illustrated on frontispiece and titled Composition).
F.V. O'Connor, and E.V. Thaw, Jackson Pollock: A Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings, Drawings and Other Works, New Haven and London 1978, vol. 1, p. 153, no. 160 (illustrated).
New York, Art of This Century, Jackson Pollock, Jan.-Feb. 1947, no. 6.
Ithaca, Cornell University, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art and New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Abstract Expressionism: The Formative Years, Mar.-May 1978, no. 66.
East Hampton, Guild Hall Museum, and New York University, Grey Art Gallery and Studies Center, Krasner and Pollock: A Working Relationship, Aug.-Dec. 1981.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Masterworks from Fort Worth Collections, Apr.-June 1992, p. 37, no. 11 (illustrated).