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Daniel Catton Rich, “A New Landscape by Joos de Momper,” Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago 30 (1936), pp. 38–9, ill.
Frances McPherson Burkam, “Joos de Momper’s ‘Mountain Landscape’,” Bulletin of the Allen Memorial Art Museum 8 (1950), pp. 5–6, 11–15, ill.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago, 1961) p. 317.
Olaf Koetser, “Joos de Momper the Younger. Prolegomena to the Study of his Paintings,” Artes 2 (1966), pp. 22–25, 59, pl. 14.
Klaus Ertz, Josse de Momper der Jüngere (1564–1635). Die Gemälde mit kritischem Oeuvrekatalog (Freren, 1986), pp. 414, 425, 639, 684–5, no. A 100, ill.
Van Diemen-Lilienfeld Galleries, New York, by 1935; purchased by the Art Institute, 1935 with funds donated by Mrs. Perry H. Smith.
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