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Alan R. Sawyer, Early Nasca Needlework (London: Laurence King Publishing, 1997), 148, color fig. 117.
Grand Rapids Art Museum, Magic of Fibers, Apr. 5-May 3, 1970.
Chicago, SAIC Museum Seminar Exhibition, God, Man and Beast: Metamorphosis in Native American Art, May 9-June 6, 1979.
Pablo Soldi, Ica, Peru, by 1956 [sent care of Rudolfo Byrne, Brooklyn, NY; incoming Receipt RX1914 dated June 14, 1956 in curatorial file]; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1956.
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