Inscribed, lower right: 239; inscribed, on reverse, upper right: 1226; inscribed, on reverse, lower left: 18 DC DC 22, 1226, Coleccion de Clemento; inscribed, on reverse, lower right: 18 c D, 61.1780.18
SPAN 7, Transforming Public Space: Mural Art in Mexico and the US, Douglas Moody, Winter 2013
ARTH 16, LACS 48, Mexican Muralism, Mary Coffey, Spring 2012
ARTH 7, Orozco, Mary Coffey, Spring 2014
SPAN 7.2, Transforming Public Space: Mural Art in Mexico and the United States, Douglas Moody, Winter 2015
ARTH 72, Mexican Muralism, Mary Coffey, Spring 2015
SPAN 7.05, Transforming Public Space: Mural Art in Mexico and the United States, Douglas Moody, Winter 2019
ARTH 40.04, LACS 30.09, Mexicanidad: Constructing and Dismantling Mexican National Identity, Mary Coffey, Winter 2019
Drawings for the Orozco Murals at Dartmouth College, Baker Library, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, September 29, 1980.
Jose Clemente Orozco in the United States, 1927-1934, San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California, March 9-May 19, 2002; Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 8-December 15, 2002; Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, Mexico, January 25-April 13, 2003.
Orozco: Studies for the Murals at Dartmouth, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, 1962-1963; unconfirmed international itinerary, 1964-1965.
Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910-1950, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 20, 2016-January 8, 2017.
Renato Gonzalez Mello and Diane Miliotes, Jose Clemente Orozco in the United States, 1927-1934, Hanover: Trustees of Dartmouth College (Copublished by W.W. Norton and Company), 2002, p. 174, fig. 218, listed p. 296.
Artist; by descent to the Orozco Family, about 1949; purchased by the present collection, 1988.
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