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G[ustave] Vattier, Une Famille d’artistes: Les Dumont, 1660–1884, Paris, 1890, p. 10 n. 1.
Le comte Arnauld Doria, Louis Tocqué, Paris, 1929, p. 100, no. 60.
Pierre Berthelot and G. Brunon-Guardia, “Notes from Paris,” Antiquarian 17, 2 (August 1931), p. 52 (ill.).
S[amuel] Rocheblave, French Painting in the XVIIIth Century, tr. by George Frederic Lees, Paris , pl. 28 (ill. in error as Aved).
Susan Wise in Susan Wise and Malcolm Warner, French and British Paintings from 1600 to 1800 in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Collection (Chicago, 1996), pp. 68-70, ill.
Copenhagen, Palais de Charlottenborg, Exposition de l’art français au XVIIIe siècle, 1935, no. 234, as Carle Vanloo, Anne Coypel peignant.
New York, Parke-Bernet , French and English Art Treasures of the XVIII Century, 1942, no. 61, as Carle Vanloo, Anne Coypel.
Paris, Galerie Heim, Le Choix de l’amateur, 1975: Sélection de peintures et sculptures du XVe au XIXe siècle, 1975, no. 31, as Carle Vanloo.
By descent in the Dumont family of artists; Augustin Alexandre Dumont (1801-1884); at his death to Mme Leo Ginain, his first wife; by descent to her son-in-law, Dr. E. Audard, Paris [Doria 1929; letter of December 11, 1981, from Daniel Wildenstein to Susan Wise in curatorial file, and Copenhagen, 1935]; sold by Audard to Wildenstein, 1925 [see Wildenstein letter cited above]; Wildenstein, Paris, to at least 1935 [Wildenstein lent the painting to Copenhagen 1935]. Virginia M. (Mrs. Moritz) Rosenthal (died 1945), New York, by 1942; sold Parke-Bernet, New York, April 13–14, 1945, no. 202 (ill.), as Carle Vanloo, Anne Coypel, for $7, 500 [Rosenthal lent the painting to New York 1942; the price in 1945 is recorded in an annotated sale catalogue at the Art Institute]. Sold Christie’s, London, June 29, 1973, no. 14 (ill.), as Carle Vanloo, Portrait of a Lady Artist Said to Be Madame Coypel, to LeJeune [according to Christie’s price list]. Sold Christie’s London, May 3, 1974, no. 71, as Carle Vanloo, Portrait of a Lady Artist Said to Be Madame Coypel, to Anton [according to Christie’s price list]. Sold Palais Galliera, Paris, June 7, 1974, no. C (ill.), as Carle Vanloo. Galerie Heim, Paris, by 1975 [Paris, 1975]; sold to the Art Institute, 1981.
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