Oil on canvas
65 x 74¼ in.
165.1 x 188.6 cm
Signed front lower center: Philip Guston
- The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Bequest of Caroline Wiess Law
- Caroline Wiess Law
- Mrs. Dolly Bright Carter
- Phyllis B. Lambert, New York
- Joseph E. Seagram & Sons
- Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, NY, "Philip Guston", February 24, 1958 - March 22, 1958
- Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, "1958 Annual Exhibition, Sculpture, Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings", November 19, 1958 - January 04, 1959
- Sokolniki Park, Moscow, Russia, "Amerikanskaya zhiropia i sculptura: Amerikanskaya natsionalonaya vystavka v Moskve (American National Exhibition)", July 25, 1959 - September 05, 1959
- San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, "American Business and the Arts", September 14, 1961 - October 15, 1961
- Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, "Philip Guston", May 03, 1962 - July 01, 1962 Travelled to:
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, "New York School The First Generation Paintings of the 1940s and 1950s", June 18, 1965 - August 01, 1965
- Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, CA, "A Look at New York", June 12, 1973 - July 22, 1973
- The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX, "A Spirited Vision: Highlights of the Bequest of Caroline Wiess Law to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston", February 22, 2004 - April 25, 2004
- The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX, "Modern Painting from the MFAH Collection", July 30, 2010 - August 08, 2010
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MA, "Philip Guston Now", May 01, 2022 - September 11, 2022
- Devree, Howard. "Contrasts of Today: Traditional and New in Three Shows." The New York Times, March 2, 1958, section 2, p. 9, mentioned in text, not illus.
- Coates, Robert M. "The Whitney Annual." The New Yorker, November 29, 1958, pp. 169–72, mentioned in text p. 170, not illus.
- 1958 Annual Exhibition, Sculpture, Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings. Exh cat. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1958, cat. no. 88, not illus., "Lent by Joseph E. Seagram & Sons"
- The New York Times. "Moscow To See Modern U.S. Art." May 31, 1959, p. 60, not illus., listed in article as being from 1957
- Philip Guston. Exh. cat. New York: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1962, cat. no. 43, illus. in color p. 81, Collection Mrs. Phyllis Lambert, New York, dated 1957-58
- Lambert, Helen. "Guston Show Heads London Gallery List." New York Herald Tribune (Paris), January 16, 1963, p. 5, mentioned in text, not illus.
- Tuchman, Maurice. New York School, The First Generation: Paintings of the 1940s and 1950s. Paperback ed. Greenwich: New York Graphic Society Art Library, 1965, cat. no. 44, illus. in color p. 79
- Tuchman, Maurice. New York School, The First Generation: Paintings of the 1940s and 1950s. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1965, cat. no. 42, illus. in color p. 107
- Rose, Barbara. American Art Since 1900: A Critical History. New York: Praeger, 1967, illus. in b&w illus. no. 7-18 p. 206
- Tuchman, Maurice, ed. New York School: The First Generation. Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, 1971, illus. in color no. 44, p. 79
- Storr, Robert. Philip Guston. New York: Abbeville Modern Masters, 1986, illus. in color no. 31 p. 36
- Lenzi, Marco. L'estetica musicale di Morton Feldman. Milan: Universal Music MGB, 2009, illus. in color fig. 1
- Marzio, Peter. American Art and Philanthropy: Twenty Years of Collecting at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Houston: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2010, illus. p. 319, mentioned in text pp. 204-205 and 319
- Russeth, Andrew. "National Gallery of Art Plans 2020 Traveling Philip Guston Retrospective." ARTnews, June 27, 2019. Online, illus. in color
- Laster, Paul. "Philip Guston: A Life Lived Through Art." Art & Object (Chapel Hill), July 21, 2020. Online, illus. in color and mentioned in text
- Cascone, Sarah. "Philip Guston's Daughter and Other Critics Speak Out Against Four Museums' Decision to Postpone a Major Retrospective on the Artist." artnet News, September 25, 2020. Online, illus. in color
- Allen, Brian T. "Philip Guston and the KKK: Museums Cower and Run for Cover." National Review, October 10, 2020. Online, illus. in color
- Cooper, Harry, Mark Godfrey, Alison de Lima Greene, and Kate Nesin. Philip Guston Now. Exh. cat. Washington D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 2020, illus. in color Plate 46 p. 67
- Bowen, Jared. 'Philip Guston Now' portrays art of controversial and confrontational painter. Washington D.C.: PBS News Hour, May 12, 2022. Video, illus. in color as part of an installation photo