Johannes Theodor Baargeld (Alfred Emanuel Ferdinand Gruenwald) The Human Eye and a Fish, The Latter Petrified (Das menschliche Auge und ein Fisch, letzterer verseinert) 1920
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Max Ernst, Cologne, c. 1921
Tristan Tzara, Paris, after November 1921
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased from the above, 1937
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