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Aureliano de Beruete et al., Eight Essays on Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (New York, 1909), v. 1, p. 117 (ill.), no. 30; v. 2, p. 389, no. 30, as Rocas del Faro, Biarritz.
Bernardino de Pantorba, La vida y la obra de Joaquín Sorolla (Madrid, 1970), p. 189, no. 1598, as Rocas del Faro, Biarritz.
Art Institute of Chicago Annual Report 1986/7, (Chicago, 1987), p. 65.
Berlin, Schulte Galeries, 1907.
London, Grafton Galleries, May–July 1908, p. 44, no. 231, as The Lighthouse Rocks, Biarritz.
New York, The Hispanic Society of America, Exhibition of Paintings by Joacquin Sorolla y Bastida, February 8–March 8, 1909, p. 93, no. 30, as Rocas del Faro, Biarritz, (Rocks at the Lighthouse, Biarritz).
Stephen Carlton Clark, Sr. (died 1960), New York, purchased from the artist, 1909 [copy of c. 1909 Hispanic Society exhibition inventory, in curatorial file]. Maribel G. Blum (died February 13, 1985), Miami Beach, Fla. and Chicago, by 1975–1985 [inventory by John Keefe, Curator, Art Institute, 1975, in curatorial file]; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1986.
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