Archives of American Art, Francis Criss Papers, reel N70-34, frames 492, 704.
G. Pagano, The Encyclopaedia Britannica Collection of Contemporary American Painting, Chicago, Illinois, 1945, n.p., pl. 26, illustrated.
R.W. Cessna, "Art via the Britannica," Christian Science Monitor, vol. 3, March 1945, pp. 10-11, illustrated.
“Esquires Art Institute,” Esquire Magazine, vol. 24, no. 2, August 1945, pp. 70-71, illustrated.
J.A. Lewis, "Twist on a Modernist: Francis Criss Works Come Back Into View," The Washington Post, August 4, 2001, p. C2, illustrated.
G. Franke-Ruta, "The Afterlives of Painters," Washington City Paper, September 14, 2001, illustrated.
D. Ngo, ed., Art + Architecture: The Ebsworth Collection + Residence, San Francisco, California, 2006, n.p., illustrated.
Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, The Encyclopaedia Britannica Collection, April 12-May 12, 1945, no. 26.
Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Art Institute; Minneapolis, Minnesota, Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Indianapolis, Indiana, John Herron Art Institute; Kansas City, Missouri, William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art; St. Louis, Missouri, City Art Museum; Davenport, Iowa, Davenport Municipal Art Gallery; Omaha, Nebraska, Joslyn Memorial; Wichita, Kanas, Wichita Art Association, Contemporary American Painting from the Encyclopaedia Britannica Collection, June 12, 1946-August 15, 1947, p. 7, illustrated.
Storrs, Connecticut, University of Connecticut, William Benton Museum of Art, 1975, on loan.
New York, Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc., Lines of Power, March 12-April 9, 1977, n.p., illustrated.
Evanston, Illinois, Terra Museum of American Art, Two Hundred Years of American Paintings from Private Chicago Collections, June 25-September 2, 1983, pp. 30, 39, no. 53, illustrated.
St. Louis, Missouri, St. Louis Art Museum; Honolulu, Hawaii, Honolulu Academy of Arts; Boston, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, The Ebsworth Collection: American Modernism 1911-1947, November 20, 1987-June 5, 1988, pp. 66-67, 200, no. 11, illustrated (as Melancholy Interlude (Grain Elevator)).
Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art; Seattle, Washington, Seattle Art Museum, Twentieth-Century American Art: The Ebsworth Collection, March 5-November 12, 2000, pp. 67-71, 280, no. 9, illustrated.
Washington, D.C., Corcoran Gallery of Art; Gainsville, Florida, University of Florida, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Restructured Reality: The 1930s Paintings of Francis Criss, August 4, 2001-April 14, 2002, pp. 20-21, 31, fig. 18, no. 9, illustrated.