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Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 2008-2009 (Art Institute of Chicago, 2009), pp. 19-20.
Ghose, Madhuvanti. 2009. “Four-Armed Dancing God Ganesha with His Rat Mount” Notable Acquisitions at the Art Institute of Chicago, Museum Studies 35 2, pp. 38-39.
Notable Acquistions at the Art Institute of Chicago (Art Insitute of Chicago, 2009), p. 38.
Sold, Stolper Galleries, Munich, Germany, February 4, 1979, to James W. Alsdorf (died 1990) and Marilynn (née Bruder) Alsdorf (died 2019), Winnetka, IL [invoice in curatorial file]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2008.
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