Henri Matisse, Young Sailor II, 1906. Frick Art Reference Library Photoarchive file, 526-3. 12 September 2011. Reproductions with documentation.
Montross Gallery, Henri Matisse Exhibition, organized by Walter Pach. New York: 1915, first page of the exhibition checklist.
Montross Gallery, Henri Matisse Exhibition, organized by Walter Pach. New York: 1915, second page of the exhibition checklist.
Henri Matisse, Portrait. The Brooklyn Museum Library contains an illustrated edition of the exhibition catalog. The illustration shows Catalogue Number 62, a portrait of Mlle. Yvonne Landsberg, which Matisse painted in 1914.
Living Room of New York Apartment of Louise and Walter Arensberg (Southeast Corner), by Charles Sheeler. Image from the Archives of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Arensberg Collection: 20th Century Section. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1954. Plate 3. Walter Arensberg, one of the leading New York collectors of European avant garde art, acquired this portrait of Mlle. Yvonne Landsberg at the Montross exhibition. This photograph shows the installation of Mlle. Landsberg above the central fireplace in the living room of their New York apartment.
The collections of NYARC member The Museum of Modern Art contain two works from this featured exhibition, a sculpture, The Serf, 1900-1904, and an etching, Mlle Landsberg (Grande Planche), 1914.
Correspondence between Walter Pach and Michael Stein and Raymond Duchamp-Villon in the months leading up to the exhibition can be found in the Archives of American Art, Walter Pach Papers.