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Walter Lehmann and Dr. Heinrich Doering, Kunstgeschichte des Alten Peru (Verlag Ernst Wasmuth A.G., 1924), pl. 105 (ill.).
Walter Lehmann and Heinrich Doering, Ph.D., The Art of Old Peru (Ernst Wasmuth Ltd., 1924), pl. 105 (ill.).
Heinrich U. Doering, Old Peruvian Art (E. Weyhe, 1936), pl. 41 (ill.).
Wendell C. Bennett, Ancient Arts of the Andes, exh. cat. (Museum of Modern Art, 1954), 24, fig. 18.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Gaffron Collection Acquired,” The Art Institute of Chicago Quarterly 50, 1 (Feb. 1, 1956), 2 (ill.).
Walter Lehmann and Heinrich Doering, The Art of Old Peru, reissued (Hacker Art Books, 1975), pl. 105 (ill.).
Richard Townsend with Elizabeth Pope. 2016. Indian Art of the Americas at the Art Institute of Chicago. Art Institute of Chicago and Yale University Press, p. 366, cat. 343 (ill.).
Museum of Modern Art, New York, Ancient Arts of the Andes, Jan. 25-March 21, 1954; travelled to Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, cat.
New Haven, Conn., Peabody Museum of Natural History, Machu Picchu: Unveiling the Mystery of the Incas, December 4, 2003–May 1, 2003; traveled to Los Angeles, Museum of Natural History of Los Angeles County, June 15–September 7, 2003, Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, October–December 2004, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, February 2004–May 2004, Washington D.C., Explorers Hall, National Geographic Society, Chicago, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago September 2004–July 2005.
Eduard Gaffron (1861–1931), Lima, Peru, from 1892 to 1912, then Berlin, from 1912 [History of the Department report (Joanne Behrens, 1985) and correspondence in curatorial file]; by descent to his children Mercedes Gaffron, Berlin then Durham, SC, and Hans Gaffron (1902–1979), Berlin then Chicago [correspondence and documentation of the Gaffron Collection in curatorial file]; sold to the Art Institute, 1955.
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