Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 2005 (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 2005), pp. 20 (ill.), 30.
Gloria Groom, “Portrait of a Gardener and Horn Player in the Household of the Emperor Francis I,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 32, 1 (2006), pp. 58–59 (ill.).
Vienna, Akademie der bildenden Künste bei St. Anna, 1836, cat. 244, as Portrait des Negers, welcher bei Allerhöchst Seiner Majestät dem Kaiser als Gärtner in Diensten steht.
Family of the artist; sold Dorotheum, Vienna, January 30–February 4, 1922, lot 670 as Der patriotische, musikalische Mohr. Oskar Tuschek, Baden bei Wien [according to the invoice from Shepherd & Derom Galleries, in curatorial file]; by descent to his daughter Heidemarie Platzer, Vienna [according to invoice referenced above]. Giese & Schweiger, Vienna [according to invoice referenced above]. Shepherd & Derom Galleries, New York, by 2005; purchased by the Art Institute of Chicago through the Henry Tiefenbronner Endowment, 2005.
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