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Pierre Rosenberg, “Caravage et la France,” Scritti di Storia dell’Arte in Onore di Federico Zeri, pp. 829-30 (ill.).
Harold Joachim, French Drawings and Sketchbooks of the 18th Century (Chicago, 1977), no. 2E4 (microfiche).
Charles-Philippe, Marquis de Chennevieres-Pointel (died 1899), Paris and Bellesme [Lugt 2072]. Louis Deglatigny (died 1936), Rouen [Lugt Suppl. 1768a]. Georges Grimmer (born 1903), Paris [Lugt Suppl.1203a]. Given by Donald F. McClure, Santa Barbara, Calif., to the Art Institute, 1972.
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