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1914 - 1915 (?), Francis Picabia, Paris.
[1915, Little Gallery of the Photo Secession, a.k.a. “291” (Alfred Stieglitz & Marius de Zayas), and/or Modern Gallery (Marius de Zayas), New York.]
1915 (?), Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer, Washington, D.C., and Mount Kisco, N.Y., probably acquired from Marius de Zayas.
1974, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, acquired as gift from Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer's family.
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