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Art in New England: Paintings, Drawings and Prints from Private Collections in New England, exh. cat. (Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1939), 46–47 cat. 62, 62 pl. 33.
Oskar Hagen, Patterns and Principles of Spanish Art, rev. ed. (Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press 1943), 143.
Elizabeth du Gué Trapier, “The Son of El Greco,” Notes Hispanic 3 (1943), 12.
Loan Exhibition of Great Paintings in aid of Allies Merchant Seamen, exh. cat. (Ontario: The Navy League of Canada Ontario division; Toronto: The Art Gallery, 1944), 22 (ill.), 23 cat. 30 [as Christ in the House of Simon].
“Coast to Coast in Art: Toronto,” Canadian Art 1 (1944): 117 (ill.).
Bertina Suida Manning, “El Greco y el arte italiano,” Archivo español de arte 24 (1951): 204–05, pl. 3.
Walter Nigg, Maler des Ewigen: Meditationen über religiöse Kunst (Zurich and Stuttgart: Artemis, 1951), 212–13.
Louis Réau, Iconographie de l’art chrétien, vol. 2, pt. 2 (Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1956), 328.
Antonia Vallentin, El Greco, trans. Andrew Révai and Robin Chancellor (Garden City, N.Y.:Doubleday & Company, 1955), 240–42, pl. 79.
The Art Institute of Chicago, An Illustrated Guide to the Collections of The Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1956), 29.
Paul Guinard El Greco: Biographical and Critical Study (New York: Skira, 1956), 44–45, 100 (ill.).
Halldor Soehner, “Greco in Spanien,” Münchner Jahrbuch der bildenden Kunst, 3rd ser., 8 (1957): 180–81, 183–84, 186.
Juan Antonio Gaya Nuño, La pintura española fuera de España: Historia y Catálogo (Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1958), 206, no. 1419.
Karl Ipser, El Greco: Der Maler des christlichen Weltbildes (Berlin: Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1960), 276–84 (ill.).
Hugo Kehrer, Greco in Toledo: Höhe und Vollendung, 1577–1614 (Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 1960), 65–67, 99, pl. 72.
Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1961), 96 (ill.), 205–06.
Pál Kelemen, El Greco Revisited: Candia, Venice, Toledo (New York: Macmillan, 1961), 129–30, pl. 81c.
Harold E. Wethey, El Greco and His School. vol.1 (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1962), 50, fig. 182; vol. 2, 45, no. 65; rev. Spanish ed., trans. Carlos Cid (Madrid, 1967) vol. 1, p. 66, pl. 162; vol. 2, p. 60, no. 65.
Georg J. Reimann, El Greco (Leipzig: E.A. Seeman, 1966), 52–53, pl. 56.
Jacques Lassaigne, El Greco, trans. Jane Brenton (London: Thames and Hudson, 1973), 170, fig. 128.
John D. Morse, Old master paintings in North America: Over 3000 Masterpieces by 50 Great Artists (New York: Abbeville Press, 1979), 154.
Edi Baccheschi, El Greco, trans. Jane Carroll (New York: Rizzoli, 1980) 88 (ill.), no. 141a.
Manuel B. Cossío, El Greco (Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1981), cover image, cat. 54, 192, 274
Lucien Schwob, Fulgurance et magie picturale: Le Greco, Velasquez (Lausanne: Age d’homme, 1984), 43.
A Portrait of an Era: Rue Winterbotham Carpenter and the Arts Club of Chicago, exh. cat. (Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1983) n.p.
Art Institute of Chicago, The Joseph Winterbotham Collection: A Living Tradition, essay by Lyn DelliQuadri, Chicago, 1986, pp. 12, 37 (ill.), 56, 62; repr. Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 20, 2 (1994), pp. 107, 186 (ill.).
Bijutsukan, Kokuritsu Seiyō, ed. El Greco Exhibition. Exh. cat. (Tokyo: The National Museum of Western Art / The Tokyo Shimbun, 1986), 165 cat. 45, 210–11.
Masterpieces of Western European Painting of the XVIth–XXth Centuries from the Museums of European Countries and USA, exh. cat. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1989), 20 cat. 70 (color ill.)
José Álvarez Lopera, El Greco: La obra esencial (Madrid: Sílex, 1993), 293, no. 304.
Richard G. Mann, “The Feast in the House of Simon, 1608/14,” in Northern European and Spanish Paintings before 1600 in the Art Institute of Chicago, ed. Martha Wolff (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 2008), 67-72, ill.
José Álvarez Lopera, “El Problema Jorge Manuel,” in El Greco Arte y Oficio by Leticia Ruiz Gómez, editor, Museo de Santa Cruz, exh. cat. (Fundación EL Greco, 2014), 176-177 (color ill.), cat. 80.
Jena K. Carvana and Rebecca J. Long, “The Painter and His Workshop,” in El Greco: Ambition and Defiance, exh. cat., Rebecca J. Long, ed., (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 2020), 152.
Rebecca J. Long, ed., El Greco: Ambition and Defiance, exh. cat. (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 2020), 166–67 cat. 54, 194.
Thomas Connors, “Master Plans: The Art Institute takes a good hard look at the great El Greco,” Splash Magazine (March 2020), 13 (color ill.)
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress, June 1–November 1, 1933, cat. 172.
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress, June 1–November 1, 1934, cat. 72.
Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, Art in New England: Paintings, Drawings, Prints from Private Collections in New England, June 9 - September 10, 1939, cat. 62.
Art Gallery of Toronto, Loan Exhibition of Great Paintings in Aid of Allied Merchant Seamen, February 4–March 5, 1944, cat. 30 [as Christ in the House of Simon].
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Diamond Jubilee Exhibition: Masterpieces of Painting, November 4, 1950 – February 11, 1951, cat. 29.
Tokyo, National Museum of Western Art, El Greco Exhibition, October 18–December 14, 1986, cat. 45; Nara Prefectural Museum of Art, January 6–March 1, 1987; Aichi Prefectural Art Gallery, March 11–March 24, 1987 [Tokyo only].
Leningrad (St. Petersburg), State Hermitage Museum, Masterpieces of Western European Painting of the XVIth–XXth Centuries from the Museums of the European Countries and USA, October 17-November 30, 1989, cat. 7.
Norfolk, Va., Chrysler Museum of Art, The Genius of El Greco: Masterpieces from the Art Institute of Chicago, July 1–October 18, 1998 (no cat.).
Toledo, Museo de Santa Cruz, El Greco: Painter and Master [Arte y Oficio], September 8-December 9, 2014, cat. 80 (ill.).
Paris, Grand Palais, Greco, October 14, 2019–February 10, 2020, cat. 73; Art Institute of Chicago, El Greco: Ambition and Defiance, March 7–June 21, 2020, cat.
Possibly in the artist’s possession at the time of his death, 1614 [three versions of this subject were recorded in the 1621 inventory of all the goods owned by El Greco’s son, Jorge Manuel Theotocopoulos, who was his father’s sole heir; however, no work of this subject appears in El Greco’s own estate inventory; see San Román 1927]; possibly by descent to his son, Jorge Manuel Theotocopoulos (d. 1631), Toledo [the 1621 inventory of Jorge Manuel’s possessions, transcribed in San Román 1927, includes entries for three versions of this subject, listed as items 123–25].. Probably Guinea, Bilbao.4 Plasencia, Bilbao, before 1908 [according to Cossío 1908; this information cannot be verified, however]. Alexandre Berthier, Prince of Wagram, Paris, by 1908 [Cossio 1908 and Mayer 1926]; Galerie H. O. Miethke, Vienna, by 1911 Mayer 1911, p. 84]; sold to Durand-Ruel, New York, by 1914 [Kehrer 1914, p. 93; Mayer 1914]. Joseph Winterbotham, Jr., Burlington, Vt., Feb. 7, 1929 [Art News 1929]; on loan to the Art Institute in 1930 [Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago 1930]; acquired by the Art Institute as a purchase of the Winterbotham Fund, 1949.
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