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Jules Lieure, Jacques Callot, La Vie Artistique 2 vols. (Paris, 1929), no. 153, 1: 83, 2: 28.
Carl O. Schniewind, “Three French Drawings,” Bulletin of The Art Institute of Chicago XXVI (September-October 1942), pp. 68-69 (ill.).
Hans Tietze, European Master Drawings in the United States (New York, 1947), pp. 116-117, no. 58 (ill.).
Pierre Lavallée, Le Dessin Français (Paris, 1948.), pp. 32-33, pl. 13.
Regina Shoolman and Charles Slatkin, Six Centuries of French Master Drawings in America (New York, 1950), pp. 32-33, no. 19.
Ira Moskowitz, Great Drawings of all Time III (New York, 1962), no. 651 (ill.).
Daniel Ternois, Jacques Callot, Catalogue Complet de son Oeuvre Dessiné (Paris, 1962), p. 50, no. 49 (ill.).
Harold Joachim, French Drawings and Sketchbooks of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Chicago, 1977), pp. 10-11, no. 1A6 and 1A7.
Paris, Bibliothèque National, 1935, no cat.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Drawings Old and New,” 1946, p. 10, cat. 6, pl. II, cat. by Carl O. Schniewind.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “French Drawings: Masterpieces from Seven Centuries,” 1955-1956, cat. 25.
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, “French Drawings from American Collections: Clouet to Matisse,” February 3-March 15, 1959, cat. 17.
New York, Wildenstein and Company, “Master Drawings from The Art Institute of Chicago,” October 17-November 30, 1963, n.p., cat. 36, as “Sketches of Dancers.”
Providence, R.I., Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, “Jacques Callot,” March 5-April 11, 1970, cat. 57.
Washington D.C., National Gallery of Art, “Jacques Callot, Prints and Related Drawings,” June 15-September 14, 1975, cat. 63, cat. by H. Diane Russell.
Nancy, France, Musée Historique Lorrain, “Jacques Callot” June 15-September 19, 1992, cat. 56.
Grosjean-Maupin, Paris, by 1929 [Lieure 1929]. Sold by William H. Schab, New York, to the Art Institute, 1940.
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