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Raimond van Marle, The Development of the Italian Schools of Painting, vol. 17 (The Hague, 1935), p. 49.
Georg Pudelko, “Ein Petrus-Martyr-Altar des Antonio Vivarini,” Pantheon 20 (1937), p. 284, ill.
Margaretta M. Salinger, “A Gift of Two Italian Paintings,” The Bulletin of The Metropolitan Museum of Art 33 (1938), pp. 8–10.
Giuseppe Fiocco, “Le pitture venete del Castello di Konopiste,” Arte veneta 11 (1948), p. 20, ill.
Bernard Berenson, Italian Pictures of the Renaissance: Venetian School, vol. 1 (London, 1957), p. 200, pl. 84.
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Fern Rusk Shapley, Paintings from the Samuel H. Kress Collection: Italian Schools, XV-XVI Century (London, 1968), p. 31, under no. K1116.
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Federico Zeri and Elizabeth E. Gardner, Italian Paintings. A Catalogue of the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Venetian School (New York, 1973), p. 89.
George Kaftal with Fabio Bisogni, Saints in Italian Art: Iconography of the Saints in the Painting of North East Italy (Florence, 1978), no. 236, col. 845.
Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Gemäldegalerie, Catalogue of Paintings, 13th–18th Century, 2d ed. (Berlin-Dahlem, 1978), p. 470, under nos. 66, 67.
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Peter Humfrey, The Altarpiece in Renaissance Venice (New Haven and London, 1993), pp. 166-67, 327 n. 93, 331 n. 7.
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Jacques de Vorgaine, Théodore de Wyzewa, and Franco Cardini, La légende dorée (Paris, 2009), p. 237, ill.
Paolo Paolini, Rome; sold American Art Association, New York, December 10–11, 1924, no. 90, as Quirizio da Murano, to George F. Harding, Jr. [according to Harding Museum papers in the Art Institute archives]; George F. Harding , Jr. (d. 1939), Chicago, from 1924; bequeathed to the George F. Harding Museum, Chicago; offered for sale Sotheby’s, New York, December 2, 1976, no 28, ill., withdrawn; transferred to the Art Institute, 1983.
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