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Allen Wardwell, Primitive Art from Chicago Collections, ex. cat. (Art Institute of Chicago, 1960), cat. 55d (ill.).
Allen Wardwell, Primitive Art in the Collections of the Art Institute of Chicago (Art Institute of Chicago, 1965), fig. 5 (ill.).
Richard Townsend with Elizabeth Pope, Indian Art of the Americas at the Art Institute of
Chicago (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago and Yale University Press, 2016), 287, cat. 232.
Art Institute of Chicago, Primitive Art from Chicago Collections, Nov. 16, 1960–Jan. 2, 1961, cat. (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago’s Dream, A World’s Treasure: The Art Institute, 1893–1993, Nov. 1, 1993–Jan. 9. 1994, cat.
B. J. Wassermann (Bruno John), Buenos Aires, by 1938 [possibly acquired by descent from unnamed grandmother, Argentina, according to personal statement in Ceramics del Antiguo Peru de la Collection Wassermann-San Blas, 1938]; sold to Nathan Cummings (1896–1985), Chicago, 1954; given to the Art Institute, 1960.
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