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“The Burlington House Fair”, Supplement to Burlington Magazine, 122 (1980), no. 93, p. 223, ill.
London, Royal Academy of Arts, The Burlington House Fair (The Burlington Fine Art and Antique Dealers’ Fair), September 9–17, 1980, no cat.
Mary Hooper Warner, Boston, Mass. [born 1879 and died 1972 at the age of 93, according to obituary in the New York Times, October 14, 1972]; by descent to her son Roger Sherman Warner, Jr., Cambridge, Mass., and Washington. D.C, [this information comes from the purchase documents of the Brod Gallery, London, summarized in Nuveen description in curatorial file]. Brod Gallery, London, by 1980 [advertised in the Burlington Magazine, September 1980 as with the Brod Gallery]; sold to Nuveen, Chicago, 1986.
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