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James W. and Marilynn Alsdorf Collection. Gift of Marilynn Alsdorf
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Two Thousand Years of Indian Art, exh. cat. (London: Spink & Son Ltd., 1982), 41 (ill), 8, cat. 11.
London, Spink & Son, Two Thousand Years of Indian Art, Apr. 6–23, 1982, cat. 11.
With Spink & Son, London, Apr. 8, 1982 [this and the following according to invoice from Spink & Son, London, Apr. 8, 1982; copy in curatorial object file]; sold to James W. Alsdorf (1913–1990) and Marilynn B. Alsdorf (1925–2019), Winnetka and Chicago, IL, by 1982; by descent to Marilynn B. Alsdorf, Chicago, 1990 [on long-term loan at the Art Institute of Chicago, Sept. 23, 1983; signed a promised gift agreement for the work, 2008]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2021.
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