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Charles Avery, Giambologna: The Complete Sculpture (Mt. Kisco, New York, 1987), p. 230, fig. 264.
Anthea Brook, “La scultura fiorentina tra il Giambologna e il Foggini” in Il Seicento Fiorentino: Arte a Firenze da Ferdinando I a Cosimo III, exhib. cat., Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, 1986, vol. 2, p. 74.
Ian Wardropper, “Collecting European Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Apollo 154, 475 (2001), pp. 5,12, fig. 2.
Bruce Boucher, “Bireno and Olimpia,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 29, 2 (2003), pp. 60-61, ill.
Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Museum, Giambologna, 1529–1608: Sculptor to the Medici, 19 August - 10 September 1978, traveled to London, Victoria and Albert Museum, 5 October – 16 November 1978, and Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, 2 December 1978 – 28 January, 1979, cat. 73.
Florence, Palazzo Strozzi, Il Seicento Fiorentino: Arte a Firenze da Ferdinando I a Cosimo III, 21 December 1986 – 4 May, 1987, cat. 4.37.
Florence, Palazzo Strozzi, The Medici, Michelangelo, and the Art of Late Renaissance Florence, 6 June – 29 September 2002, traveled to Art Institute of Chicago, 9 November 2002 – 2 February, 2003, and Detroit Institute of Arts, 16 March – 8 June, 2003, cat. 87.
Daniel Katz, acquired in London 1969 [according to 2002 telephone conversation between Katz and Jane Neet]. Plato Investments, Ltd., Zurich, by 1993; sold to the Art Institute through Daniel Katz, Ltd., London, 1993.
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