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Hector Allemand (1809–1886), Lyon [according to an inscription (Lugt 3923) on the verso of the 20th-century mount]; sold, Lyon, Mar. 1–11, 1887, lot. 830. Télémaque Costa de Saint Genix de Beauregard (1891–1935), Lyon and Chateauvieux [stamp (Lugt 3339), recto, lower right]. Sold by Nicholas Hall, New York, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2021.
Bartsch Vol. XV, p. 130, no. 71
Bartsch, illustrated vol. 28, pp. 278-80, no. I/II
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