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Chandler Rathfon Post, A History of Spanish Painting, vol. 8, Cambridge, Mass., 1941, pp. 746–48, fig. 357.
Juan Antonio Gaya Nuño, La pintura española fuera de España, Madrid, 1958, p. 153, no. 836.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection, 1961, pp. 179–80.
Judith Berg Sobré, Behind the Altar Table: The Development of the Painted Retable in Spain, 1350–1500, Columbia, Mo., 1989, pp. 57–58, fig. 25.
Judith Berg Sobré in Martha Wolff et al., Northern European and Spanish Paintings before 1600 in the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, 2008), pp. 48-50, ill.
Charles Deering, Palau “Mar i Cel,” Sitges, near Barcelona, and Chicago, by 1921 [placed on loan at the Art Institute in 1921; loan agreement, Nov. 18, 1921, Art Institute Archives]; given to his daughters Mrs. Chauncey McCormick and Mrs. Richard E. Danielson, 1924 [Art Institute Archives]; Mrs. Chauncey McCormick, in a division of their joint property, 1937; given to the Art Institute, 1942.5
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