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W.R. Valentiner, “Rubens Paintings in America,” The Art Quarterly 9 (1946), p. 164, no. 105a.
Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 1962-63, Chicago, 1963, p. 13.
John Maxon, “Three Baroque Portraits,” Art Institute of Chicago Quarterly 57, no. 1 (1963), p. 2, ill. p. 3.
J[ohn] M[axon], “A Great New Painting by Rubens,” Calendar of the Art Institute of Chicago 62,no. 1 (1968), n.p.
Frances Huemer, Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard, Part XIX. Portraits, Brussels, 1977, p. 159, fig. 110.
John D. Morse, Old Master Paintings in North America, New York, 1979, p. 242.
Michael Jaffé, “Rubens’s Portrait of Isabella de Bourbon, Queen of Spain,” artibus et historiae no. 26 (1992), pp. 12, 14.
Madrid, Palacio Real, El arte en la Corte de los Archiduques Alberto de Austria e Isabel Clara Eugenia: Un Reino Imaginado. December 2, 1999 - February 27, 2000, cat. 101 .
Probably Quincy Adams Shaw (died 1908), Boston [according to Valentiner 1947; Valentiner knew the picture as early as 1931, since he wrote an expertise dated Detroit, April 25, 1931, on the back of a photo in the curatorial file]. A. and E. Silberman Galleries, New York, by 1946 [according to Valentiner 1947]; Chester D. Tripp, Chicago; given to the Art Institute, 1962.
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