[Galerie du Luxemboug, Paris, until 1970; sold to MMA]
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester. "The Fine Art of the Furniture Maker," November 8–December 27, 1981, unnumbered cat. (p. 70).
Jewish Museum, New York. "J. James Tissot: Biblical Paintings," February 10–May 9, 1982, not in catalogue.
Baltimore. Walters Art Gallery. "Art Nouveau to Art Moderne: Twentieth-Century Decorative Arts from The Metropolitan Museum of Art," March 2–April 28, 1985, no catalogue.
Raleigh. North Carolina Museum of Art. "Art Nouveau to Art Moderne: Twentieth-Century Decorative Arts from The Metropolitan Museum of Art," June 22–August 11, 1985, not in brochure.
Cleveland Museum of Art. "Bugatti," July 18–September 19, 1999, no. 1.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "A Century of Design, Part I: 1900–1925," December 14, 1999–March 26, 2000, no catalogue.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Classic/Fantastic: Selections from the Modern Design Collection," December 21, 2007–April 5, 2009, no catalogue.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Highlights from the Modern Design Collection: 1900–Present, Part II," May 23, 2011–July 1, 2012, no catalogue.
Philippe Garner inThe Amazing Bugattis. Exh. cat., Royal College of Art, London. New York, 1979, ill. p. 12 (installation photo of Lord Battersea's London bedroom).
Patricia Bayer, ed. The Fine Art of the Furniture Maker: Conversations with Wendell Castle, Artist, and Penelope Hunter-Stiebel, Curator, About Selected Works from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Exh. cat., Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester. Rochester, 1981, pp. 68–69, 72–73, ill. p. 70 (color).
Philippe Dejean. Carlo-Rembrandt-Ettore-Jean Bugatti. Ed. Nadine Coleno and Uwe Hucke. New York, 1982, ill. pp. 49, 89 (unknown version).
Henry H. Hawley. Bugatti. Exh. cat., Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, 1999, pp. 19, 135, no. 1, figs. 22 (installation photo ca. 1900), 25 (color), dates it about 1888–1902.
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Umberto Boccioni (Italian, Reggio 1882–1916 Sorte)
1913, cast 1950
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