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“To be Sold at Auction in London,” The Illustrated London News (November 2, 1957), p. 747 (ill.).
Wynne R. Jeudwine, “Fine Works on the Market: A Volume of Landscape Drawings by Fra. Bartolommeo,” Apollo LXVI (1957), p. 135.
Peter Wick, “Farm Building and Plllarded Mulberry Tree (recto); Farmhouse and Watermill (verso), ” Boston Museum of FIne Arts Bulletin 56 (1958), pp. 106-8.
Ruth W. Kennedy, “A Landscape Drawing by Fra Bartolommeo,” Smith College Museum of Art Bulletin 39 (1959), pp. 1-12.
Isolde Härth, “Zu Landschaftszeichnungen Fra Bartolommeos und seines Kreises,” Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Flornez 9 (1960), pp. 125-30.
Louise R. Richards, “Three Early Italian Drawings,” Bulletin of Cleveland Museum of Art 49 (1962), pp. 167-74.
John Maxon, The Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, 1970), pp. 143-44 (ill.).
Nancy Ward Neilson, Italian Drawings Selected from Mid-Western Collections, exh. cat. (St. Louis, 1972), under no. 2.
Harold Joachim, Italian Drawings of the 15th, 16th, and 17th Centuries (Chicago. 1979), nos. 2E11 and 2E12.
Cara D. Denison and Helen B. Mules, European Drawings 1375-1825 (New York, 1981), p. 39.
Chris Fischer, “Fra. Bartolommeo’s Landscape Drawings,” Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz 33 (1989) pp. 301-42.
Charles S. Ellsi, “Two Drawings by Fran Bartolommeo,” Paragone 41 (1990), PP. 3-19.
Suzanne Folds McCullagh and Laura M. Giles, Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Collection (Chicago, 1997), pp. 20-22, no. 18 (ill.).
New York, Wildenstein and Company, “Master Drawings from The Art Institute of Chicago,” October 17-November 30, 1963, n.p., cat. 3, as “Hermitage on the Slope of a Hill.”
The Art Institute of Chicago, “151 Italian Drawings from The Art Institute of Chicago,” 1979-1980, no. 7, cat. by Harold Joachim and Suzanne Folds McCullagh; also traveled to The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.
Rotterdam, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, “Fra, Bartolommeo: Master Draughtsman of the High Renaissance,” 16 December 1990-17 February 1991; only traveled to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, 15 January-12 April 1992 and the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, 9 May-2 August 1992.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Drawings Rediscovered: Italian Drawings before 1600 in The Art Institute of Chicago,” 10 April-22 July 1997.
Estate of the artist. Probably by descent to his studio assistant, Paolo del Signoraccio (died 1547), called Fra. Paolino da Pistoia, monastery of San Marco, Florence [according to London 1957 auc. cat.]. Possibly to his pupil, Sister Plautilla Nelli (died 1588), Convent of Santa Caterina da Siena, Florence [according to London 1957 auc. cat.]. Possibly to the Convent of Santa Caterina da Siena, Florence, to 1725. Cavaliere Francesco Maria Nicolò Gabburri (died 1742), from 1725 [Lugt 2818 and Lugt suppl. 2992b]. By descent to his heirs [Fleming 1958]. William Kent, London and Rome, from 1742 [according to Mariette]. Sold, London, mid-eighteenth century, Kent sale. Private Collection, Southern Ireland, to 1925 [according to notes in curatorial file]. Private Collection, England, to 1957 [according to notes in curatorial file]. Sold by Sotheby’s, London, 20 November 1957, “Drawings of Landscapes and Trees by Fra. Bartolommeo,” no. 13. Sold by F. Kleinberger, New York, to the Art Institute, 1957.
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