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(David Stewart Gallery); sold 1966 to Audrey Sabol (born 1922), Villanova, Pennsylvania, through at least 1980.[1] (Larry Gagosian Gallery, New York and Los Angeles); purchased January 1986 by Edward R. Broida, Los Angeles; gift 2005 to NGA.

Exhibition History
Vija Celmins: A Survey Exhibition, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach; Arts Club of Chicago; Hudson River Museum, Yonkers; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, 1979-1980, no. 10, repro.
The Times, The Chronicle & The Observer, Kent Fine Art, Inc., New York, 1990-1991, no. 8, repro.
Selections from the Broida Collection, Palm Beach Community College Museum of Art, Lake Worth, Florida, 1992, unnumbered brochure.
Vija Celmins, Inst. of Cont. Art, Univ. of Penn., Philadelphia; Henry Art Gal., Univ. of Washington, Seattle; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Whitney Mus. of Am. Art, New York; Mus. of Cont. Art, Los Angeles, 1992-1994, unnumbered catalogue, repro.
Scene of the Crime, UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, Los Angeles, 1997, no. 20, fig. 66.
Selections from the Collection of Edward R. Broida, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 2006, unnumbered brochure, fig. 10.
The Painting of Modern Life: 1960s to Now, Hayward Gallery, London; Castello di Rivoli, Museum of Contemporary Art, Turin, 2007-2008, no. 12, repro. (shown only in London).
Vija Celmins: Television and Disaster, 1964-1966, The Menil Collection, Houston; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2010-2011, unnumbered catalogue, repro.