Bequest of the Edward and Inge Maser Collection in honor of Eloise W. Martin
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Edward A. Maser, Gian Domenico Ferretti (Florence: Marchi & Bertolli, 1968), pp. 47, 80, no. 89, fig. 77, pl. IX.
[Corey Keeble], Florentine Baroque Bronzes and Other Objects of Art, exh. cat., Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, 1975, p. 90.
Edward A. Maser, “Addenda Ferrettiana” in Kunst des Barock in der Toskana. Studien zur Kunst unter den letzten Medici (Munich: Bruckmann, 1976), p. 386.
Francesca Baldassari, Giovanni Domenico Ferretti (Milan: Federico Motta, 2002), pp. 167–8, no. 105, fig. 105.
Detroit Institute of Arts, The Twilight of the Medici: Late Baroque Art in Florence, 1670–1743, 27 March–2 June, 1974, no. 133; traveled to Florence, Palazzo Pitti, 28 June-30 September, 1974.
New York art market, before 1968; Prof. and Mrs. Edward Maser, Chicago, by 1968; given to the Art Institute, 2008.
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