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Giorgio de Chirico, Paris and Ferrara.
By 1917 - at least 1922, Paul Guillaume (1891-1934), Paris, probably acquired from the artist.
[By 1928, Galerie Surréaliste, Paris]
By 1930 - November 1936, Simone Kahn Breton, Paris.
November 1936, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, purchased from Simone Kahn Breton through Pierre Matisse Gallery (consignment no. C.798), New York.
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