Fernand Léger The City 1919
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Louis Carré Gallery, New York. By 1951
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Marx, Chicago. Purchased from Louis Carré in 1951
Florene May Schoenborn (Samuel A. Marx’s widow, later Mrs. Wolfgang Schoenborn). 1951 - 1996
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Florene May Schoenborn Bequest, 1996
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