- avant 1936, vendu par Adrien-Aurélien Hébrard et Cie, Paris, à Walther Halvorsen, New York [voir 1991 Pingeot]
- 1921, peut-être vendu par Durand-Ruel, New York [voir lettre des conservateurs du musée Norton Simon dans le dossier de l'oeuvre, 1992]
- 1979, legs de Margarett Williams Sargent McKean (1892-1978), Boston, au MFA (date d'acquisition : 17 octobre 1979)
- Museum's website, 27 February 2012 and 20 March 2012
- 1944 Rewald
John Rewald, Degas - Works in Sculpture - A Complete Catalogue, New York, Pantheon, 1944, p. 92, repr.
- 1970 MFA
Centennial Acquisitions: Art Treasures for Tomorrow, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, no. 62, February 4, 1970, no. 64, repr.
- 1976 Millard
Charles W. Millard, The Sculpture of Edgar Degas, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1976
- 1991 Pingeot
Anne Pingeot, Degas Sculptures, Paris, Imprimerie nationale et Réunion des musées nationaux, 1991
- 2002 Czestochowski and Pingeot
Joseph S. Czestochowski and Anne Pingeot, Degas Sculptures: Catalogue Raisonné of the Bronzes, Memphis, International Arts, 2002, p. 122-123
- 1922 New York
Exposition Degas, New York, Durand-Ruel Galleries, 6-27 December 1922
- 1923 London
Catalogue of an Exhibition of the Works in Sculpture of Edgar Degas, introduction by Walker Sickert, London, Ernest Brown & Philips Leicester Galleries, February-March 1923, No.2
- 1923 Rome
Seconda Biennale Romana, Mostra Internazionale di Belle Arti. Sculture di Edgar Degas 1834-1917, Rome Casa d'Editrice d'Arte Enzo Pinci, 4 November 1923-April 1924
- 1924 Paris
Exposition Degas, au profit de la Ligue franco-anglo-américain contre le cancer: peintures, pastels et dessins, sculptures, eaux-fortes, lithographies et monotypes, introduction by Daniel Halévy, Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, 12 April-2 May 1924; and at Galerie A. A. Hébrard (seventeen works), No. 254
- 1925 New York
Sculptutes of Edgar Degas, New York, Ferargil Galleries, 25 October-9 November 1925, No.2
- 1935 New York
Exhibition of Bronzes and Drawings by Degas, New York, Jacques Seligmann & Co, 29 April-18 May 1935, No.8
Oeuvres en rapport
Bronze, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, no. 29.100.401.
Museum's website, July 14, 2011:
Degas exhibited only one sculpture during his lifetime. The original wax version of "Little Dancer, Fourteen Years Old" was shown at the 1881 Impressionist exhibition. Degas, however, produced many small wax sculptures for his own use; he once said, "I make drawings in wax." After the artist's death, the best preserved of his sculptures were repaired and cast in bronze. Degas himself was reluctant to cast his works in bronze, a medium he described as "for eternity."