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Felix Vercel, Paris.
Anonymous sale, Christies, New York, 17 May 1984, lot 451.
Lillian Heidenberg Gallery, New York.
Anonymous sale, Sothebys, New York, 26 February 1990, lot 138.
Russeck Gallery, Palm Beach.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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The Picasso Project, ed., Picasso's Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings and Sculpture, The Sixties III, 1968-1969, San Francisco, 2003, no.
69-155, p. 147 (illustrated).
E. Mallen, ed., Online Picasso Project, Sam Houston State
University, OPP.69:156 (accessed 2013).
Naples, Florida, Naples Museum of Art, Pablo Picasso: Preoccupation
and Passions, January - May 2008.