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Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report, 1965-66, (Chicago, 1966), pp. 9 and 27.
Bernard Aikema, Pietro della Vecchia and the Heritage of the Renaissance in Venice (Florence, 1990), p. 123, under no. 46.
Julius H. Weitzner [label on reverse of stretcher]. Mr. and Mrs. Morris I. Kaplan by 1965; gift to the Art Institute, 1965.
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