Solomon R. Guggenheim, New York (acquired from the artist) Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York J. Donald Nichols, Nashville
Das Geistreich, Berlin
Charleston, South Carolina, Gibbes Memorial Art Gallery, Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-Objective Paintings, March-April 1936, p. 29, no. 59, illustrated
Chicago, The Arts Club of Chicago, Paintings by Rudolf Bauer from the Collection of Solomon R. Guggenheim, May-June, 1936, cat. no. 14
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Second Enlarged Catalogue of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-Objective Paintings, February 1937, p. 29, no. 59, illustrated in color
Charleston, South Carolina, Gibbes Memorial Art Gallery, Third Enlarged Catalogue of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-Objective Paintings, "Non-Objectivity is the Realm of Spirit", March-April 1938, p. 34, no. 80, illustrated
Baltimore, Museum of Art, Fourth Catalogue of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-Objective Paintings, "Non-Objectivity is the Realm of Spirit," January 1939, no. 28, illustrated
New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Art of Tomorrow, Fifth Catalogue of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-Objective Paintings, June 1939, p. 108, no. 160, illustrated
Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, American Abstract Art of the 1930s and 1940s: The J. Donald Nichols Collection, August 28—October 11, 1998, illustrated p. 110
San Francisco, Weinstein Gallery, Rudolf Bauer, 2007, illustrated on cover of catalogue & p. 83
San Francisco, Weinstein Gallery, The Realm of the Spirit – Rudolf Bauer, 2014, illustrated p. 22
New York, German Consulate General, Rudolf Bauer – Forgotten 20th Century Master Painter, September 2 – 18, 2014
New York, Rudolf Bauer: Tomorrow Today, Sotheby’s Gallery S|2,
Hilla Rebay, Innovation, une nouvelle ere artistique, Paris, 1937, illustrated p. 41
Cover from the opening exhibition brochure of Museum of Non-Objective Painting, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation’sArt of Tomorrow, 1939
Art of Tomorrow: Hilla Rebay and Solomon R. Guggenheim, essays by Vivian E. Barnett, Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker, Robert Rosenblum, Brigitte Salmen, Karole Vail, and Roland von Rebay, published by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York, 2005, on the occasion of the exhibition Art of Tomorrow: Hilla Rebay and Solomon R. Guggenheim, illustrated p. 170
The Museum of Non-Objective Painting: Hilla Rebay and the Origins of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, published on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Guggenheim Museum Publications, New York, edited by Karole Vail, 2009, p. 44, fig. 31
Charleston Evening Post, “Bauer’s Works Impress Visitors,” March 14, 1936.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “Search for Beauty – Through ‘Balance, Color, Rhythm, Form,’” July 16, 1939.
Boston Massachusetts Transcript, “Introducing the Art of Tomorrow,” September 5, 1939.
New York Post, “The gallery show with the sexiest back story in NYC,” February 10, 2017.