H. Rebay, Innovation: Une nouvelle ère artistique, Paris, 1937, p. 49 (illustrated in color).
W. Kandinsky and H. Rebay, On the Spiritual in Art, New York, 1946, p. 105 (illustrated in color, p. 119).
W. Grohmann, Wassily Kandinsky, Life and Work, New York, 1958, p. 364, no. 181 (illustrated).
P. Overy, Kandinsky: The Language of the Eye, New York, 1969, pp. 7 and 108, no. 35 (illustrated in color).
H.K Roethel and J.K Benjamin, Kandinsky: Catalogue Raisonné of the Oil Paintings, 1916-1944, New York, 1984, vol. II, p. 692, no. 737 (illustrated).
K. Vail, The Museum of Non-Objective Painting: Hilla Rebay and the Origins of The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 2009, p. 127 (illustrated in situ).
Erfurt, Kandinsky, April 1925.
Dusseldorf, Summer 1925.
Dresden, Internationale Kunstausstellung, June-September 1926.
Berlin, Galerie Ferdinand Möller, Die Blaue Vier: Feininger, Jawlensky, Kandinsky, Klee, October 1929.
Philadelphia, Art Alliance; Charleston, Charles Gibbes Memorial Art Gallery and Baltimore Museum of Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-Objective Paintings, 1937-1939 (illustrated in color).
New York, 1939, no. 265 (illustrated in color).
New York, Museum of Non-Objective Painting, The Kandinsky Memorial Exhibition, March-May, 1945, no. 79 (illustrated in color on the cover).
Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, Memorial Exhibition of Paintings by Wassily Kandinsky, April-May 1946, no. 39 (illustrated, pl. 9).
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1954-1961 (on extended loan).
Corpus Christi, Centennial Art Museum, Renoir to Chagall, October 1964.
Austin, University Art Museum of the University of Texas, Not So Long Ago: Art of the 1920s in Europe and America, October-December 1972, p. 51 (illustrated in color).
Fort Worth Art Museum, Exponents of Modernism: From the Collections of the Fort Worth Art Museum, A Museum of Twentieth Century Art, September 1973-May 1974.
Fort Worth Art Museum, Twentieth Century Art from Fort Worth Dallas Collections, September-October 1974 (illustrated).
Waco Creative Art Center, At the Line of the House, April-May 1976.
Fort Worth Art Museum, The Permanent collection: 75th Anniversary Retrospective, June-October 1976.
Amarillo, Art Center Association, Between the Wars: A Brief Survey of Art from 1918-1940, 1978.
New York, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Atlanta, The High Museum, Kandinsky: Russian and Bauhaus Years 1915-1933, December 1983-April 1984, p. 212, no. 158 (illustrated; with incorrect medium).
San Antonio, Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, Collecting: A Texas Phenomenon, November-December 1986.
Washington, D.C., The Phillips Collection; Dayton Art Institute; Chicago, Terra Museum of American Art and Fort Worth, Amon Carter Museum, Theme & Improvisation: Kandinsky & The American Avant-Garde,1912-1950, September 1992-August 1993, p. 41 (illustrated in color, pl. 9).
Essen, Museum Folkwang, Bauhaus: Dessau, Chicago, New York, August-November 2000, no. 10 (illustrated in color).