Gift of Eva Lewis in memory of her husband, Herbert Pickering Lewis
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John Carswell, Blue and White: Chinese Porcelain and Its Impact on the Western World (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1985), 172-73, cat. 113 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, Mexican Majolica of the 17th to the 19th Centuries, 1967, no cat.
Chicago, David and Alfred Smart Gallery, University of Chicago, Blue and White: Chinese Porcelain and Its Impact on the Western World, Oct. 3–Dec. 1, 1985, cat. 113.
Herbert Pickering Lewis (1876–1922), Mexico City, Mexico, from late 19th/early 20th century [correspondence and research in curatorial object file]; by descent to his widow, Eva Lewis (born Eva Hill, died c. 1964), Mexico City, Mexico, from 1922 [exported from Mexico Oct./Nov. 1923; received in Chicago Dec. 3, 1923 according to correspondence from Eva Lewis to Robert Harshe, Nov. 4, 1923, and incoming permanent receipt R1335, Dec. 3, 1923, copies in curatorial object file, Arts of the Americas]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1923.
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