The Artist; Linda R. Miller; By descent to her daughter, Helen Miller Obstler, New York; By descent to her daughter and son-in-law, Natalie and Jerome Spingarn, Washington D.C.; By descent through the family; [Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, NY];
New York. Murray Hill Galleries. Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Max Weber. February 12-24, 1912, cat. no. 5.
Possibly: New York. The Print Gallery (under the direction of The Ehrich Galleries). Paintings and Drawings by Max Weber. February 1-13, 1915, cat. no. 12.
Paris. Bernheim-Jeune. Exposition Max Weber. January 26-February 13, 1924, cat. no. 5.
New York. Whitney Museum of American Art. Max Weber Retrospective (February 5-March 27, 1949); Minneapolis. Walker Art Center (April 17-May 29, 1949); p. 60, cat. no. 8.
New York. Jewish Museum. Max Weber: An American Modern. October 5, 1982-January 16, 1983, pp. 70, 72, ill. p. 72, cat. no. 22. (New York only).
Tulsa. Philbrook Museum of Art. Model and Muses: Max Weber and the Figure. November 4, 2012-February 3, 2013, pp. 16, 27, 60-61, ill. detail on cover, p. 61, pl. 15.
Tulsa. Philbrook Museum of Art. From New York to New Mexico: Masterworks of American Modernism from the Vilcek Foundation Collection (February 8-May 3, 2015); Phoenix. Phoenix Art Museum (June 5-September 6, 2015); Santa Fe. Georgia O’Keeffe Museum (September 25, 2015-January 10, 2016).
Weber, Max. Max Weber: The Years 1906-1916. New York: Bernard Danenberg Galleries, 1970, ill. frontispiece, installation photo of 1912 show.
Weber, Max. Max Weber: The Years 1906-1916. Elmira, NY: Arnot Art Gallery, 1972, ill. frontispiece, installation photo of 1912 show.
Werner, Alfred. Max Weber. New York: Harry Abrams, 1975, ill. p. 195, fig. 159, installation photo of 1912 show.
North, Percy. Max Weber: The Cubist Decade 1910-1920. Atlanta: High Museum of Art, 1991. ill. p. 88, fig. 28, installation photo of 1912 show.
Agee, William C. and Lewis Kachur. Masterpieces of American Modernism: From the Vilcek Collection. London: Merrell, 2013, pp. 104, 106-107, 234, 240, 269, ill. p. 107.
O’Hern, John. “Modern Manor,” American Fine Art Magazine, September/October 2013, ill. p. 58.
Meleko Mokgosi receives the Vilcek Prize for Creative Promise in Fine Arts for paintings that rely on intensive research, reflection, and conversation in order to address widespread misrepresentation of Africa and Africans, and to accurately portray the continent’s complex social and political realities.
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