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Fausta Franchini Guelfi, “Un disegno inedito di Alessandro Magnasco nelle collezioni di Palazzo Rosso,” Bollettino dei Musei Civici Genovesi 7, no. 19/21 (1985), pp. 29-30, fig. 2.
Fausta Franchini Guelfi, “Alessandro Magnasco” in La pittura a Genova e in Liguria dal Seicento al primo Novecento, Genoa, 1987, p. 332, fig. 294.
Jean K. Cadogan, ed., Wadsworth Atheneum Paintings II: Italy and Spain Fourtheenth through Nineteenth Centuries (Hartford, 1991), p. 175, fig. 30.
Laura Muti and Daniele de Sarno Prignano, Alessandro Magnasco, Ravenna, 1994, pp. 57–60, 95, no. 44, figs. 54, 55 pls. 4 and 5.
Elizabeth Howard, The Art of Alessandro Magnasco: An Essay in the Recovery of Meaning, Florence, 1994, pp. 64, 135.
Fausta Franchini Guelfi, “Alessandro Magnasco” in Dictionary of Art, London, 1996, vol. 20, p. 95.
Marco Bona Castellotti, “Il ‘caso’ Magnasco: ragioni di una mostra,” in Alessandro Magnasco 1667–1749, exh. cat. Palazzo Reale, Milan, 1996, pp. 15 (ill.), 16.
Chicago, Art Institute, Painting in Italy in the Eighteenth Century: Rococo to Romanticism, September 19–November 1, 1970, cat. 9, ill. p. 35, traveled to Minneapolis, Institute of Art, November 24, 1970–January 10, 1971; Toledo, Museum of Art, February 7–March 21, 1971.
Frankfurt, Schirn Kunsthalle, Kunst in der Republik Genua, 1528–1815, August 29–November 9, 1992, cat. 108, p. 201, ill.
Julius H. Weitzner, New York, by 1958 [in his possession when published by Longhi 1958]; sold to the Art Institute, 1961.
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