B. Wolf, "Steel and Iron Sculpture at Buchholz and Willard Galleries," Art Digest, January 1946, p. 20.
"Steel Sculpture at Willard and Buchholz Galleries," Architectural Forum, February 1946, p. 146 (illustrated).
R. Coates, "Past and Present," New Yorker, January 1946, pp. 49-50. M. Riley, "The Modern Idiom in Concrete Terms: The Sculpture of David Smith," MKR's Art Outlook I, February 1946, p. 5.
S. Metltzoff, "David Smith and Social Surrealism," Magazine of Art, March 1946, p. 101 (illustrated).
"New Sculpture," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 1946, p. 4.
L. Beam, "David Smith," Journal of the American Association of University Women, Spring 1950, p. 132 (illustrated).
David Smith 1906-1965: A Retrospective Exhibition, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1966, p. 69.
R. Krauss, Terminal Iron Works: The Sculpture of David Smith, Cambridge, 1971, pp. 68, 127-128, no. 103 (illustrated).
G. McCoy, ed., Documentary Monongraphs in Modern Art: David Smith, New York and Washington, 1973, p. 31, no. 176 (illustrated).
R. Krauss, The Sculptures of David Smith: A Catalogue Raisonné, New York and London, 1977, p. 31, no. 176 (illustrated).
K. Wilkin, David Smith: The Formative Years, Sculptures and Drawings from the 1930s and 1940s, Edmonton, 1981, p. 12.
S. Marcus, David Smith: The Sculptor and His Work, Ithaca and London, 1983, p. 68.
New York, Bucholz/Willard Gallery, The Sculpture of David Smith, January 1946, no. 43 (illustrated).
Detroit Institute of the Arts and St. Louis, City Art Museum, Origins of Modern Sculpture, February-May 1946, p. 11.
Worcester, John Woodman Higgins Armory, Summer 1947.
Wooster Art Museum, Sculpture at the Crossroads, February-March 1948, no. 52.
New York, The Sculptors Guild, Tenth Anniversary Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, April 1948, p. 55 (illustrated).
New York, Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, David Smith: Small Sculptures of the Mid-Forties, May-June 1968, no. 2, fig. 2 (illustrated).
New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, David Smith, October 1969-February 1970.
New York, Washburn Gallery, Jackson Pollock and David Smith: Paintings and Sculptures from the 1930s and 1940s, February-March 2001, p. 7 (illustrated in color).
New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, David Smith: A Centennial, February-May 2006, n.p. no. 30 (illustrated in color).