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The Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 1987-88 (Chicago, 1988), pp. 27-28, fig. 9.
Jonathan Bikker, “Drost’s end and Loth’s beginnings in Venice,” Burlington Magazine 144 (2002) p. 153, fig. 19.
Jonathan Bikker, Willem Drost (1633-1659). A Rembrandt Pupil in Amsterdam and Venice (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2005), 42, 45, 120-122, 185, no. 37.
Possibly Antony Hoevenaar, Amsterdam; sold 15 April, 1693, no. 6, “een Italianse Toebakdrinker, konstig van [Loth] [see Gerhard Ewald, Johann Carl Loth: 1632-1698 (Amsterdam, 1965), p. 124, no. 558].” Possibly Jan Smees, Amsterdam; sold 6 April 1729, no. 4, “een Tabaks Rooker, Kragtig en kunstig geschildert door Carlotti [see Ewald 1965, p. 124, no. 559].” Christie’s, London, 24 May 1985, no. 107 (ill.); Capitoline Fine Arts Ltd., Washington, D. C., 1985 to 1987; sold to The Art Institute, 1987.
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