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A/N. Pérignon, “Description des objets d’ art qui composent le cabinet de feu M. le Baron V. Donon” (Hippolyte Tilliard, 1826), p. 114, no. 306.
Bernadette Py, “Everhard Jabach, collectionneur (1618-1695): Les dessins de l’ inventaire de 1695” (Réunion des Musées Nationaux, 2001), pp. 140-41, nos. 549-54 (as lost).
New York and London, Stephen Ongpin, Exhibition of Master Drawings and Oil Sketches, 2004, cat 7 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, Gray Collection: Seven Centuries of Art, Sept. 25, 2010–Jan. 2, 2011.
Everhard Jabach (1610–1695), Paris; Pierre Crozat (1665–1740), Paris; sold, Paris, Apr. 10–May 13, 1741, part of lot 345 (eighteen drawings by Federico Zuccaro after Correggio), to the Marquis de Gouvernet, Paris; sold, Paris, Nov. 6, 1775, part of lot 235 (eighteen drawings by Zuccaro after Correggio), to Lempereur (probably Jean-Denis Lempereur, Paris); Baron Dominique-Vivant Denon (1747–1825), Paris [stamp (Lugt 779) recto, lower right, in black]; sold, Paris, May 1–19, 1826, part of lot 306; possibly bought back by his nephew, Baron Brunet-Denon, Paris; sold, Paris, Feb. 2–15, 1846, part of lot 28 (nine drawings by Zuccaro after Correggio). Private collection, Novato, Cal.; Jean-Luc Baroni, Ltd., London, 2004; sold to Richard and Mary L. Gray and the Gray Collection Trust, Chicago, May 14, 2004; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2021.
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