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Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1972–73, pp. 12, 43 (ill.).
Dirk Kocks, “L’Art en France sous le second empire: Ausstellung im Grand Palais, Paris, 12.5–13.8.1979,” Kunstchronik 32, 10 (October 1979), p. 331.
Dirk Kocks, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux: Rezeption und Originalität (Sankt Augustin, Germany, 1981), pp. 25–26, 144 n. 83, fig. 37.
For comparison, see:
Victor Beyer, Sur les traces de Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, exh. cat. (Paris: Éditions des Musées Nationaux, 1975), nos. 89-91.
Art Institute of Chicago, “The Antiquarian Society of the Art Institute of Chicago: The First One Hundred Years,” 23 April – 19 June 1977, no. 119.
Art Institute of Chicago, “European Portraits, 1600–1900, in the Art Institute of Chicago,” 8 July - 11 September 1978, no. 40.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, “The Second Empire, 1852-1870,” 1 October - 26 November 1978, Detroit Institute of Arts, 15 January - 18 March 1979, and the Grand Palais, Paris, 24 April - 2 July 1979, no. V-5 (ill).
Private collection, Paris [according to original dealer solicitation in curatorial file]. Heim Gallery, London, by 1972; sold to the Art Institute, 1972.
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