Christian Zervos. "Les Expositions à Paris et ailleurs: Georges Braque (Galerie Maeght)." Cahiers d'art 25, no. 2 (1950), pp. 388–90, ill., as "L'Atelier. IV".
John Richardson. "The Ateliers of Braque." Burlington Magazine 97 (June 1955), p. 169, fig. 5, calls it "Atelier IV"; discusses eight pictures in the Atelier series, beginning in 1949 and ending in 1955 with two unfinished paintings, noting that the series represents Braque's studios in Paris and Varengeville; remarks that this picture "is, Braque agrees, somewhat 'hors de série', though it suggests a detail from one of the larger compositions".
John Richardson. "Le nouvel 'Atelier' de Braque." L'Oeil no. 6 (June 15, 1955), pp. 20, 39, as "Atelier IV".
Nicole S. Mangin. Catalogue de l'œuvre de Georges Braque. Vol. , Peintures 1948–1957. Paris, 1959, ill. p. 11, as "Atelier V".
John Maxon. "Samuel Marx, Chicago: Twentieth-century European Painting." Great Private Collections. Ed. Douglas Cooper. New York, 1963, ill. p. 291 (installation photo).
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. 35, ill. (color).
James Thrall Soby 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. 9.
Pierre Descargues. "The Work of Georges Braque." G. Braque. New York, 1971, p. 197, ill., as "The Studio (V)".
Douglas Cooper. Braque: The Great Years. Exh. cat., Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, 1972, pp. 89–90, 92, fig. 75, as "The Studio III," 1949–50; notes that the first five Studio pictures "were painted contemporaneously in a little more than twelve months between the end of 1948 and January 1950"; remarks that this painting has been erroneously called "Studio IV" even though the picture in the Sacher collection, Basel is inscribed "IV" on its stretcher [see Ref. Bowness 1997].
Nadine Pouillon with Isabelle Monod-Fontaine. Braque:Œuvres de Georges Braque (1882–1963). Exh. cat., Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou. Paris, 1982, p. 149, under no. 36, fig. 3 [illustration misnumbered fig. 4], as "L'Atelier III," 1949–50.
Impressionist and Modern Paintings, Watercolours and Sculpture (Part I). Christie's, London. June 27, 1994, pp. 82–84, 86, under no. 34, as "Atelier IV".
Jean Leymarie. Braque: Les ateliers. Aix-en-Provence, 1995, pp. 183–84, 216, colorpl. 93, calls it "Atelier V" and dates it 1949–50; reproduces a sketchbook drawing and a painted study for this composition (both private collection).
John Golding in Braque: The Late Works. Exh. cat., Royal Academy of Arts. London, 1997, pp. 5, 10.
Sophie Bowness in Braque: The Late Works. Exh. cat., Royal Academy of Arts. London, 1997, pp. 70, 74, 76–77, 80, no. 20, ill. (color), calls it "Studio III," noting that it is numbered on the back, but adding that Braque worked on the third, fourth, and fifth Studio paintings contemporaneously during 1949; discusses an oil on canvas study for this painting (private collection; not in Maeght).
Ina Conzen in Mythos Atelier. Von Spitzweg bis Picasso, von Giacometti bis Nauman. Ed. Ina Conzen. Exh. cat., Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. Stuttgart, 2012, pp. 17, 61, 71, 263, no. 36, ill. p. 93 (color).
Henry-Claude Cousseau in Georges Braque, 1882–1963. Ed. Brigitte Leal, Gary Tinterow, and Alison de Lima Greene. Exh. cat., Grand Palais, Galeries nationales. Paris, 2013, pp. 217, 315, no. 193, ill. p. 225 (color).
Lauriane Manneville in Georges Braque, 1882–1963. Ed. Brigitte Leal, Gary Tinterow, and Alison de Lima Greene. Exh. cat., Grand Palais, Galeries nationales. Paris, 2013, pp. 288, 304 n. 70, fig. 10 (installation photo of Exh. Paris 1950), states that this picture was exhibited at the Galerie Maeght in January 1949 and was later resumed by Braque.
Armand Israël. Georges Braque: Père du Cubisme, initiateur de l'art contemporain. Paris, 2013, p. 270.