hanging mobile-sheet metal, wire and paint
53.74 in. (136.50 cm.) (height) by 147.52 in. (374.70 cm.) (width) by 94.02 in. (238.80 cm.) (depth)
Oakland Museum, A Salute to Alexander Calder, November-December 1972. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Celebrating Modern Art: The Anderson Collection, October 2000-January 2001, pp. 29, 282-283 and 356, fig. 15, pl. 165, no. 36 (illustrated in color and installation view illustrated in color).
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Burgess Meredith, Mount Kisco, commissioned from the artist Stanley Moss & Co., New York Acquired from the above by the present owner, 1971