Roger Allard. R. de la Fresnaye. Paris, 1922, p. 6, ill. p. 25, lists it in a private collection, Sweden.
Carl Einstein. Die Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts. 3rd ed. Berlin, 1931, pp. 56, 637, ill. p. 302, as in the collection of Etienne Bignou.
Herbert Furst. "Art News and Notes." Apollo 13 (January–June 1931), ill. p. 203.
Amelia Defries. The Arts in France: From the Time of Louis XIV to the Present Day. London, 1931, ill. opp. p. 116, lists it in the Etienne Bignou collection, Paris.
E[berhard]. Nebelthau. Roger de la Fresnaye. Paris, 1935, pp. 18–19, ill. n.p.
Exhibition of Modern French Paintings: The School of Paris. Exh. cat., W. Scott & Sons. Montreal, 1936, unpaginated, no. 13.
L'Ecole de Paris. Exh. cat., Alex. Reid & Lefevre, Ltd. London, 1938, no. 23, ill.
Twentieth Century French Painters and Picasso. Exh. cat., Bignou Gallery. New York, 1939, unpaginated, no. 7, ill.
"Heard at the Galleries." Pictures on Exhibit 1–2 (May 1939), p. 30, ill. p. 24, notes that it is currently being shown at the Bignou Gallery, its first exhibition in the United States.
"'L'Artillerie' by Roger de la Fresnaye." Art News 37 (April 22, 1939), p. 6, ill.
Rosamund Frost with Aimée Crane. Contemporary Art: The March of Art from Cézanne until Now. New York, 1942, p. 13, ill. p. 57.
Germain Seligmann. Roger de la Fresnaye. New York, 1945, p. 36, no. 10, pl. V.
Introduction by Alfred H. Barr Jr. "Paintings from Private Collections." Museum of Modern Art Bulletin 22 (Summer 1955), p. 32, no. 72, ill. p. 25 (installation photo).
Paintings from Private Collections. Exh. cat., Museum of Modern Art. New York, 1955, p. 13.
An Exhibition of Cubism on the Occasion of the Fortieth Anniversary of the Arts Club of Chicago. Exh. cat., Arts Club of Chicago. Chicago, 1955, no. 38, as lent by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marx.
Cubism, 1910–1912. Exh. cat., Sidney Janis Gallery. New York, 1956, unpaginated, no. 17, ill., as Collection Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Marx; not in exhibition.
René Gaffé. Roger de la Fresnaye. Brussels, 1956, pl. VI.
Lucy R. Lippard in The School of Paris: Paintings from the Florene May Schoenborn and Samuel A. Marx Collection. Exh. cat., Museum of Modern Art. New York, 1965, p. 41, ill. p. 40 (color).
Robert Rosenblum. Cubism and Twentieth-Century Art. Rev. ed. (1st ed., 1960). New York, 1966, pp. 173, 322, no. 113, ill. p. 166, dates it to 1911–12.
Germain Seligman. Roger de la Fresnaye with a catalogue raisonné. New York, 1969, p. 148, no. 111, ill. and ill. p. 33 (color).
Clement Greenberg. The Collected Essays and Criticism. Vol. 2, Arrogant Purpose: 1945–1949. Chicago and London, 1986, p. 40.
Barbara Burn, ed. Masterpieces of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 1993, p. 294, ill. (color).
Richard Cork. A Bitter Truth: Avant-Garde Art and the Great War. New Haven and London, 1994, p. 20, colorpl. 10.
Carol Vogel. "32 Works of Art by Masters Left to Met and the Modern." New York Times (November 25, 1996), p. C12.
Georges Seligman. Roger de la Fresnaye. Neuchâtel, 2002, pp. 54–56, 72, 81, ill. p. 53 (color).
Françoise Lucbert in Roger de la Fresnaye, 1885–1925: Cubismo y tradición. Exh. cat., Musée de Tessé de Le Mans. Paris, Le Mans, and Barcelona, 2005, pp. 50, 196, no. 40, ill. pp. 46, 53 (color detail and overall).
Lennart Gottlieb. Modernism. Reinventing Painting: 1908–41. Exh. cat., ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum. Aarhus, 2012, pp. 25, 75–76, 251, 254, no. 10, fig. 33 (color), notes that it was acquired by Tetzen-Lund in 1916.
Patricia Leighten. The Liberation of Painting: Modernism and Anarchism in Avant-Guerre Paris. Chicago, 2013, p. 143.
Kenneth E. Silver in Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection. Ed. Emily Braun and Rebecca Rabinow. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 2014, p. 180.