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“La Mostra del settecento italiano a Venezia,” Emporium 70 (August 1929), p. 121 (ill.).
G. Fiocco, “La Peinture à l’exposition du XVIIIè siècle à Venise,” La Renaissance 12 (December 1929), p. 2 (ill.).
Frederick A. Sweet, “Young Woman with Hunter by Charles Joseph Flipart,” Bulletin of The Art Institute of Chicago 34 (April/May 1940), pp. 61–62, cover ill.
“Flipart’s Young Woman with Hunter acquired by Chicago Art Institute,” Art News 38, (May 18, 1940), p. 14 (ill.).
Venice, “Il Settecento Italiano,” 1929, cat. 10 as Giuseppe Flipart.
Urbana-Champaign, University of Illinois, Midwestern Museum Loan Exhibit, October 23–November 27, 1955.
Art Institute of Chicago, Selected Works of 18th Century French Art in the Collections of The Art Institute of Chicago, January 24–April 25, 1976, cat. 11, p. 22 (ill.).
Count Taddeo Guido Pepoli, Bologna; sold, American Art Association, New York, January 18–19, 1929, lot 313 [probably bought in; J. W. Bentley for $1,300 acc. to Philadelphia annotated catalogue]; Professor Luigi Grassi, Florence, from August 1929 to at least 1930 [Grassi was expert at the Pepoli sale; see Emporium article and correspondence in curatorial file]. Paul Drey, New York, by 1939; sold to the Art Institute, 1939.
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