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Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago, “A Bronze by Allesandro Vittoria,” 20 (1926), pp. 80-81, ill.
Ian Wardropper, “An Allegorical Bronze Statuette Newly Attributed to Ammanati,” in Small Bronzes in the Renaissance, Studies in the History of Art, Symposium Papers, 39, ed. Debra Pincus (New Haven and London, 2001), pp. 105-21, figs. 1, 2, 13, 14, 16.
Manfred Leithe-Jasper, review of Small Bronzes in the Renaissance, ed. Debra Pincus, in Burlington Magazine 144 (2002), p. 761.
Cyril Humphris, “Letters to the Editor. Bartolomeo Ammanati and Danese Cattene” in Burlington Magazine 145 (2003), p. 220.
Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, “Small Bronzes from Chicago Collections,” 22 July - 8 October, 1972 [no cat.].
Arnold Seligman Rey & Co., by 1926, as Alessandro Vittoria; sold to the Art Institute, 1926.
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