I. H. Sandler, "New York Letter," Quadrum, 1963, p. 116 (as No. 77).
S. Tillim, "Month in Review," Arts Magazine, 37, no. 4, January 1963, p. 40 (as No. 77).
D. Ashton, "Robert Motherwell: Passion and Transfiguration," Studio, XXVI, no. 23, May 1964, p. 93 (illustrated as No. 77).
H. H. Arnason, "On Robert Motherwell and His Early Work," Art International, X, no. 4, April 1966, p. 30 (as No. 77).
J. Shaw-Eagle, "A Dissection of Self," Artnews, 1977, p. 128 (illustrated in color as No. 77).
E. A. Carmean, Jr., American Art at Mid-Century: The Subjects of the Artists, exh. cat., National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 1978, p. 112.
H. H. Arnason, Robert Motherwell, New York, 1982, pp. 46 and 124-125, pl. 136-137 (illustrated in color as No. 77).
F. O'Hara, Standing Still and Walking in New York, New York, 1983, p. 151 (as No. 77).
C. W. Glenn, "The Collectors: A Cultivated Vision," Architectural Digest, June 1983, p. 111 (illustrated in color).
New York, Sidney Janis Gallery, Robert Motherwell, December 1962 no. 3 (illustrated as No. 77 in early state).
Cambridge, MA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Hayden Gallery, Robert Motherwell, February-March 1963.
Kassel, Museum Fridericianum Orangerie, Alte Gallerie, Documenta III, June-October 1964, p. 269 (illustrated).
Tokyo, The National Museum of Art, Two Decades of American Painting, organized by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, October-November 1967, no. 57.
Pasadena Art Museum, Selections from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Phillips, September-October 1971.
Pasadena Art Museum, Post 1950 Paintings, July-September 1972 (as No. 77).
Pasadena Art Museum, Post 1945 Paintings, October 1972-January 1973 (as No. 77).
Los Angeles, Otis Art Institute, Robert Motherwell in California Collections, November 1974-January 1975, no. 20 (illustrated as No. 77).
Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art, American Art at Mid-Century: The Subjects of the Artist, June 1978-January 1979, p. 112, pl. 13 (illustrated as No. 77).