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Daniele Sanguineti, Anton Maria Maragliano (Genoa, 1998).
Baltimore Museum of Art, “Age of Elegance: The Rococo and its Effect,” 25 April – 14 June 1959, cat. 56.
Nigro/Negro (?), Italy, by 1958 [according to Kay Robertson, telephone conversation, November 22, 2002]; sold to Adolph Loewi, Inc., Los Angeles, September 28, 1958 [see source cited above; invoice number 13867]; sold to the Art Institute, 1961.
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