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Henriette Caillaux, Aimé-Jules Dalou, 1838-1902 (Paris, 1935), p. 141.
Mallett, Ltd., Sculptures by Jules Dalou (1964), p. 19, no. 40.
Mallett, Ltd., and Galerie Heim, Jules Dalou (1965), p. 18, no. 28.
Paris, Ader Picard Tajan, Importants tableaux modernes et contemporains (25 June 1987), p. 40, no. 54.
Michael Forrest, Art Bronzes (West Chester, PA, 1988), p. 129, no. 2.293.
Ian Wardropper, “Collecting European Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Apollo 154, 475 (September 2001), p. 11.
Williamstown, MA, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, “The Subject in Late 19th Century Sculpture: The Work of Jules Dalou,” 30 May - 7 September 1998.
Michael Hall Fine Arts, New York, by 1982 [according to invoices and copies of shipping receipts in curatorial file]; sold to the Art Institute, 1983.
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