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Fine Art Society, British Sculpture 1850–1914: A Loan Exhibition of Sculpture and Medals Sponsored by the Victorian Society, 30 September – 30 October 1968 (London: E. C. Freeman Limited, 1968), no. 62.
Elfrida Manning, Marble and Bronze: The Art and Life of Hamo Thornycroft (London: Trefoil Books, 1982), pp. 29–34, fig. 19.
Sotheby’s, 19th and 20th Century Sculpture (November 29, 1991), lot 208.
Arthur Rubloff (d. 1986), Chicago, by 1986; bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1988.
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