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Wilhelm Bode, Denkmäler der Renaissance-Sculptur Toscanas in historischer Anordnung (Munich, 1892-1905), vol. 6, pl. 254.
Michael Maek-Gérard, Italien, Frankreich und Niederlande 1380-1530/40. Liebieghaus – Museum Alter Plastik Frankfurt am Main, Nachantike Grossplastische Bildwerke, vol. 2 (Melsungen, 1981), pp. 26-30.
Adolf von Beckerath (died 1915), Berlin, by 1905 (see Bode 1892-1905, vol. 6, pl. 254); his sale, Lepke, Berlin, 23-26 May, 1916, no. 58, pl. 14a, as Andrea della Robbia. Camillo Castiglioni, Vienna; sold, Frederik Muller & Cie, Amsterdam, 17-20 November, 1925, no. 95, as Andrea della Robbia; purchased by Artaria as agent for William F. Petersen; William F. Petersen (died 1950), Chicago; his widow, Alma Schmidt Petersen; given by her to the Art Institute, 1962.
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