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lower left: A.Jawlensky 1915; upper right reverse, the portion of the backing board containing the first line cut off and attached to center of the backing: A. Jawlensky / 1915 / N. 3.; originally upper left reverse, now attached to center of the backing, by Lisa Kümmel: Roter Weg. 1915. St. Prex.


The artist's estate. (Kleemann Galleries, New York). Benjamin and Lilian Hertzberg, New York;[1] bequest 2004 to NGA.

Exhibition History
Alexej v. Jawlensky 1864-1941, Kleemann Galleries, New York, 1956, no. 13.
The Blue Four, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, 1983.
Weiler, Clemens. Alexej Jawlensky. Cologne, 1959: no. 597, repro. 269.
Weiler, Clemens. Köpfe, Geschicte, Meditationen. Hanau, 1970: no. 1173, as Roter Weg mit schwarzer Tür (English translation by Edith Küstner and J.A. Underwood, New York, 1971).
Jawlensky, Maria, Lucia Pieroni-Jawlensky, and Angelica Jawlensky. Alexej von Jawlensky: Catalogue Raisonné of the Oil Paintings 4 vols. London, 1991: 2:no. 677, repro.