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Walter Karchieski, “Arms and Armor in the Art Institute of Chicago” (Art Institute of Chicago/Little, Brown, and Company, 1995), p. 28 (ill.).
Suzanne Kathleen Karr Schmidt, “Altered and Adorned: Using Renaissance Prints in Daily Life”, Art Institute of Chicago/Yale University Press, New Haven, c 2011, no. 9, p. 111.
Exhibition History after 1982:
1982-2004. The Art Institute of Chicago, gallery 141 (Gunsaulus Hall).
2011. The Art Institute of Chicago, exh. “Altered and Adorned”, gallery 125 (Prints and Drawings).
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