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Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 1967-68, (Chicago, 1968) pp. 16, 20 (ill. p. 18)
John Maxon, The Art Institute of Chicago (London, 1970), pp. 259 ill., 278.
Marcel Roethlisberger, Bartholomeus Breenbergh, The Paintings (Berlin and New York, 1981), p. 73, no. 180, fig. 180.
Marcel Roethlisberger “New Works by Bartholomeus Breenbergh,” Oud Holland 99 (1985), pp. 59.
Peter C. Sutton, A Guide to Dutch Art in America (Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1986), p. 65.
Jacques Foucart, “Le sacrifice d’Elie au Mont Carmel par Bartholomeus Breenbergh (1637),” Bulletin des Musées et Monuments Lyonnais (1991: 5–4), p. 47.
Marcel George Roethlisberger, Bartholomeus Breenbergh, exh. cat., Richard L. Feigen and Company, New York and London, 1991, p. 40, under no. 15.
Walter J. Karcheski, “Ruben’s Lost Negroli Helmet Painted by Bartholomeus Breenbergh and Others.” Apollo 153, no. 467 (2001), pp. 28–33, figs. 1 and 2.
Eric Jan Sluijter, Rembrandt’s Rivals: History Painting in Amsterdam 1630-1650, Amsterdam, 2015, pp. 278, 437, fig. V-11.
Julius H. Weitzner, London, owned jointly with Michael Asscher, by 1967 [according to letter of 21 May 1967 from Weitzner to Charles Cunningham in curatorial file]; sold to the Art Institute, 1967.
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