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The Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago Annual Report 1976-77 (Chicago, 1977), pp. 26 (ill.), 27.
La Chronique des Arts: Supplément à la “Gazette des Beaux Arts” Mars 1977, p. 51 (ill.)
Anthony M. Clark, Pompeo Batoni: A Complete Catalogue of His Works with an Intoductory Text, ed. by Edgar Peters Bowron (Oxford, 1985), pp. 220-21, no. 42, pl. 43, as Allegory of Time, Justice, and the Arts.
Edgar Peters Bowron and Peter Björn Kerber, Pompeo Batoni: Prince of Painters in Eighteenth-Century Rome, ex. cat., Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007), pp. 166, 169. 205 n. 70, 206.
Edgar Peters Bowron, Pompeo Batoni: Complete Catalogue of his Paintings, vol. 1 (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2016), pp. 41-42, no. 36, ill.
New York, Colnaghi, Pompeo Batoni (1708-1787), A Loan Exhibition of Paintings, 1982, cat. by Edgar Peters Bowron, cat. 7 (ill.)
Possibly Cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga (died 1765) [Clark 1985]; then by descent, possibly Valenti Gonzaga’s nephew, Cardinal Luigi Valenti Gonzaga (died 1808); a noble Florentine family. Private collection, Rome [Clark 1985]. P. & D. Colnaghi, London, 1975. Galerie Bruno Meissner Switzerland, by 1976; sold to Art Institute, 1976.
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