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James William Pattison, “The Amazone of Franz von Stuck,” Fine Arts Journal XXVI, 5 (May 1912), pp. 312-15.
Heinrich Voss, Franz von Stuck, 1863–1928: Werkkatalog der Gemälde (Munich: Prestel-Verlag, 1973).
Franz von Stuck, 1863–1928: Maler-Graphiker-Bildhauer-Architekt (Museum Villa Stuck, 1982), no. 135.
Carl Benno Heller, Jugendstil: Kunst um 1900 (Darmstadt: Roether, 1982), p. 281, n. 378.
Annette Lettau, “Zur Plastik von Franz von Stuck,” Franz von Stuck, 1863–1928: Maler-Graphiker-Bildhauer-Architekt (Museum Villa Stuck, 1982), pp. 62-76.
Christie’s, Nineteenth-Century European Paintings, Drawings, Watercolors, and Sculpture (October 26, 1988), lot 234.
Christie’s, Nineteenth-Century European Paintings, Drawings, Watercolors, and Sculpture (October 24, 1990), lot 157.
Eva Mendgen, Franz von Stuck, 1863–1928: Ein Fürst im Reiche der Kunst (Taschen, 1994), pp. 66-67.
Barbara Hardtwig, Franz von Stuck: Die Sammlung des Museums Villa Stuck (Minevera, 1997), no. 55.
Fritz von Frantzius (died 1917), Chicago, by 1912; by descent to his son, Peter von Frantzius (died 1968), Chicago; by descent to his daughter, Mrs. Louise Bronoski (née Louise von Frantzius), Park Ridge, Ill., by 1968; given by her to the Art Institute, 1987.
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