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Hans Naef, “Zu den Italienschen Ansichten von Ingres,” Das Werk, 45 (June 1958), pp. 209-14.
Gazette des Beaux-Arts, “La Chronique des Arts” 59 (February 1962), supplement p. 38, no. 140 (ill.).
Alfred Frankfurter, “Il bon disegno from Chicago,” Art News, 62:7 (November 1963), p. 28, fig. 1.
Nathan Goldstein, The Art of Responsive Drawing, 5th ed. (Upper Saddle River, 1999), pp. 341 and 343, fig. 12.16.
New York, Wildenstein and Company, “Master Drawings from The Art Institute of Chicago,” October 14-November 30, 1963, cat. 77, pl. XXXIII.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Helen Regenstein Collection of European Drawings,” 1974, pp. 130-31, cat. 64 (ill.), cat. by Harold Joachim.
Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, “Ingres und Delacroix,” November 6-December 21, 1986, cat. 75 (ill.), cat. by Ernst Goldschmidt; traveled to Germany, Kunsthalle Tübingen, September 13-October 26, 1986.
A.B., stamp recto, lower right. Possibly, Second Baron Georges Brincard (1871–1953?). Private collection, Switzerland. Sold by Wildenstein and Company, to the Art Institute, 1961.
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