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“Paolini Collection of Italian Art of the Xth Century to the XVIth to Be Placed on Sale in New York City,” Art News 23, 9 (1924), p. 5.
“Titian Brings $600, Lippi $300 at Sale,” Art News 23, 11 (1924), p. 1.
American Art Sales (Washington, D.C., December 1924), p. 5.
“The Century of Progress Exhibition of the Fine Arts,” Bulletin of The Art Institute of Chicago 27 (1933), p. 60.
“The Century of Progress Exhibition of Art for 1934,” Bulletin of The Art Institute of Chicago 28 (1934), p. 47.
Raimond van Marle, The Development of the Italian Schools of Painting, vol. 15 (The Hague, 1934), p. 560 n. 1.
Raimond van Marle, The Development of the Italian Schools of Painting, vol. 17 (The Hague, 1935), pp. 274–75, 294, fig. 162.
Albert C. Barnes and Violette de Mazia, The Art of Renoir (New York, 1935), p. 472, no. 329.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Brief Illustrated Guide to the Collections (Chicago, 1935), p. 21.
Daniel Catton Rich, Catalogue of Charles H. and Mary F. S. Worcester Collection of Paintings, Sculpture, and Drawings (Chicago, 1938), pp. 8–9, no. 5, fig. 5.
Luitpold Dussler, Giovanni Bellini (Vienna, 1949), pp. 63–64.
Rodolfo Pallucchini, Giovanni Bellini: Catalogo illustrato della mostra, exh. cat. (Venice, Palazzo Ducale, 1949), under no. 90.
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Fritz Heinemann, Giovanni Bellini e i Belliniani (Venice, 1962), vol. 1, p. 16, under no. 50 (d), vol. 2, fig. 217.
Leonardo Sciascia and Gabriele Mandel, L’opera completa di Antonello da Messina, Classici dell’arte 10 (Milan, 1967), p. 105.
Burton B. Fredericksen and Federico Zeri, Census of Pre-Nineteenth-Century Italian Paintings in North American Public Collections (Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1972), pp. 22, 333, 570.
Ettore Camesasca, Da Raffaello a Goya da Van Gogh a Picasso: 50 dipinti dal Museu de Arte di San Paolo del Brasile, exh. cat. (Milan, Palazzo Reale, 1987), pp. 68, ill., 72.
Christopher Lloyd, Italian Paintings before 1600 in the Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Collection (Chicago, 1993), pp. 31–34, ill.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress, 1933, no. 105.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress, 1934, no. 44.
Possibly Carlo Ferrari, Turin [according to registrar’s records and Rich 1938]. Possibly Count Papadopoli, Padua [according to registrar’s records]. Paolo Paolini, Rome, to 1924; sold in his sale, American Art Association, New York, December 10–11, 1924, lot 115 (ill.), to R. L. Addison for $5000 [according to American Art Sales 1924 and an annotated copy of the sale catalogue in the Ryerson Library, Art Institute]. Carlo Foresti, Milan, to 1930 [according to a letter from Charles H. Worcester to Marion Borwell dated June 3, 1930, in curatorial file]; sold to Charles H. Worcester, Chicago, 1930 [according to the letter cited above]; given to the Art Institute, 1933.
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