A. Bertram, Paul Nash, London, 1927, pp. 240, 242.
H. Read, Surrealism, London, 1936, pl. 62.
Bystander, 17 June 1936.
Exhibition catalogue, International Surrealist Exhibition, London, New Burlington Galleries, 1936, no. 241, illustrated.
International Surrealist Bulletin, September 1936.
H. Read, Paul Nash, London, 1937, illustrated on front cover.
World Review, New Year 1946, illustrated.
C.C. Abbott and A. Bertram (eds.), Poet and Painter Being the Correspondence between Gordon Bottomley and Paul Nash, 1910-1946, Oxford, 1955, p. 213, no. 1.
M. Eates (ed.), Paul Nash: A Memorial Volume, London, 1973, p. 128. M. Eates, Paul Nash The Master of the Image 1889-1946, London, 1973, p. 128.
A. Causey, Paul Nash, Oxford, 1980, pp. 260, 435, no. 876, pl. 307. J. King, Interior Landscapes: A Life of Paul Nash, London, 1987, p. 164.
London, New Burlington Galleries, International Surrealist Exhibition, June 1936, no. 241.
London, Leicester Galleries, New Paintings by Paul Nash,
May 1938, no. 80.
Worthing, Art Gallery, Paintings from the Edward James Collection, October - November 1963, no. 48, as 'Afternoon Encounter'.
London, Marlborough Fine Art, Art in Britain 1930-1940, March 1965, no. 109.
Brighton, Museum and Art Gallery, Thirty Years of Surrealist Painting from the Edward James Collection, April - May 1967, no. 54, as 'Afternoon Encounter'.
Brighton, Arts Council, Museum and Art Gallery, Surrealist Pictures from the Edward James Collection, 1969, no. 30, as 'Afternoon Encounter': this exhibition travelled.
Brighton, Museum and Art Gallery, The Edward James Collection, 1960s, on loan.
London, Tate Gallery, Paul Nash Paintings and Watercolours, November 1975, no. 157.
Plymouth, Arts Council, Art Gallery, Paul Nash Paintings, January - February 1976, no. 157: this exhibition travelled to Colchester, The Minories, February - March; Bradford, City Art Gallery and Museum, March - April; and Manchester, City Art Gallery, April - May.
London, Arts Council, Hayward Gallery, Dada and Surrealism reviewed: a brief guide to the exhibition, January - March 1978, no. 140.
London, Anthony d'Offay, Paul Nash Works lent by the Edward James Foundation, April - May 1980, no. 8.