Giulio Cantalamessa, “Un quadro inavvetito di Giuseppe Cades nella Galleria Borghese,” Bolletino d’arte (1918), p. 82.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago, 1961), p. 64.
Art Institute of Chicago Quarterly 57 (1963–64), p. 2, ill.
Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 1963–64 (Chicago, 1964), p. 19.
Robert Rosenblum, “Neoclassicism Surveyed,” Burlington Magazine 107 (January 1965), p. 33.
John Maxon, The Art Institute of Chicago (London, 1970), pp. 262, 268, ill.
The Academy of Europe: Rome in the 18th Century, exh. cat. (Benton Museum of Art, Storrs, Connecticut, 1973), no. 123.
Maria Teresa Caracciolo, Giuseppe Cades 1750–1799 et la Rome de son Temps (Paris, 1990), pp. 294–95, no. 93 D, ill.
Beverly Louise Brown, Giambattista Tiepolo. Master of the Oil Sketch exh. cat. (Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, 1993), pp. 60–61, fig. 33.
Rome, Palazzo della Esposizioni, March 19–May 31, 1959, cat. 113.
Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, Neo-Classicism: Style and Motif, September 21–November 1, 1964.
Chicago, Art Institute, Painting in Italy in the Eighteenth Century, September 9–November 8, 1970; traveled to Minneapolis, Museum of Arts, December 3, 1970–January 10, 1971; Toledo, Museum of Art, February 7–March 21, 1971.
Storrs, Connecticut, Benton Museum of Art (University of Connecticut), Rome in the 18th Century, October 13–November 19, 1973, cat. 123.
Philadelphia Museum of Art “Art In Rome in the Eighteenth Century” Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, February 27-May 21, 2000; traveled to Houston, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, June 17-September 17, 2000.
Marcus Galerie, Paris, by 1959 [according to Rome 1959]. Private collection, France [according to fact sheet provided by Wildenstein]. Wildenstein and Co., New York by 1963; sold to the Art Institute, 1963.
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