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American Art Galleries, Illustrated Catalogue of Spanish, Spanish Oriental, Chinese, Persian, Oushak Rugs and Carpets of the XVI, XVII and XVIII Centuries: Important Ispahan Carpet, a Shah Abbas Velvet Panel of the XVI Century and Fourteen Beautiful Hispano-Moresque Lustered Plaques; From the Galleries of Addison Mizner, Palm Beach, Ohan S. Berberyan, New York, sales cat., American Art Galleries, Nov. 8, 1924, no. 132.
“Rare Panels to be Sold: Rugs, Carpets and Plaques in Offering at American Galleries,” New York Times, Nov. 3, 1924: 10 (not ill.).
“Old Persian Panel Sold for $15,000: of Cloth-of-Gold Velvet, Made for Shah Abba Sixteenth Century” New York Times Nov. 9, 1924: 20 (not ill.)
R. M. Riefstahl, “A Persian Figural Velvet of the Shah Abbas Period,” Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago 19, 1 (Jan. 1925): 1–5 (ill.).
Nancy Andrews Reath and Eleanor B. Sachs, Persian Textiles and the Technique from the Sixth to the Eighteenth Centuries Including a System for General Textile Classification (Yale University Press published for Pennsylvania Museum of Art, 1937), 130-131, example 89, plate 89 (ill.).
Anthony Welch, Shah ‘Abbas & the Arts of Isfahan, exh. cat. (New York: The Asia Society; Greenwich, Conn.: distributed by New York Graphic Society, 1973), 45, 67, cat 21 (ill.).
Ohan S. Berberyan (1882-1970), New York, by Nov. 1924, sold, American Art Galleries, New York, to Parrish-Watson, Co., New York, Nov. 8, 1924 [American Art Galleries, sales cat., 1924, no. 132]; sold to private collection, Lake Forest, IL, from Nov. 15, 1924 [incoming permanent receipt R1925, Nov. 15, 1924; copy in curatorial object file, Textiles Department]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago.
Handbook of Oriental Art, 1933 Fig. 62, p. 51
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