[Valentine Gallery and Pierre Matisse, New York, by 1929–31; stock no. 267; in 1931 to Valentine]; [Valentine Gallery, New York, 1931–34; sold on June 1, 1934, for $600, to de Groot]; Adelaide Milton de Groot, New York (1934–d. 1967; on extended loan to MMA, 1936–67; her bequest to MMA)
New York. Valentine Gallery. "Recent Works by Raoul Dufy," November 14–December 7, 1929, no. 9 or 16 (as "Honfleur, Jetty") [possibly this picture].
New York. Perls Galleries. "Masterpieces from the Collection of Adelaide Milton de Groot," April 14–May 3, 1958, no. 16 (as "Honfleur").
Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts. "Masterpieces from the Adelaide Milton de Groot Collection," December 2, 1958–March 1, 1959, no. 9 (as "Lighthouse at Honfleur," 1925).
West Palm Beach, Fla. Norton Museum of Art. "Raoul Dufy: Last of the Fauves," March 27–June 6, 1999, no. 35 (as "Lighthouse, Honfleur").
Memphis. Dixon Gallery and Gardens. "Raoul Dufy: Last of the Fauves," June 27–September 5, 1999, no. 35.
New Orleans Museum of Art. "Raoul Dufy: Last of the Fauves," October 2–November 21, 1999, no. 35.
Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art. "Picasso and the School of Paris: Paintings from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York," September 14–November 24, 2002, no. 59 (dated 1935).
Tokyo. Bunkamura Museum of Art. "Picasso and the School of Paris: Paintings from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York," December 7, 2002–March 9, 2003, no. 59.
René-Jean. Raoul Dufy. Paris, 1931, pl. 27, calls it "Honfleur" and dates it 1929.
Maurice Laffaille. Raoul Dufy: Catalogue raisonné de l'œuvre peint. Vol. 2, Geneva, 1973, pp. 188, 400, no. 636, ill., calls it "La Jetée à Honfleur".
David F. Setford. Raoul Dufy: Last of the Fauves. Exh. cat., Norton Museum of Art. West Palm Beach, Fla., 1999, pp. 32, 83, no. 35, ill. p. 46 (color), dates it 1935.
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Raoul Dufy (French, Le Havre 1877–1953 Forcalquier)
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