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“Accessions of American and Canadian Museums, October–December 1953,” Art Quarterly, 17, 2 (1954), pp. 184, 187 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in the Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1961), p. 17.
Martin Eidelberg, “Defining the Oeuvre of Bonaventure de Bar (Part 2-C),” in Watteau and His Circle (online resource), (New York: 2011). Retrieved from www.watteauandhiscircle.org, no. X76.
Count Henry de la Vaulx (died 1930), Paris [according to letter of September 9, 1953, from Mrs. Albert J. Beveridge to Daniel C. Rich, copy in curatorial file]; sold Wildenstein Gallery, Paris and New York, to Mrs. Marshall Field (neé Delia Spencer, died 1937), Chicago, for $1,500.00 in 1917 [according to letter cited above]; by descent to her niece, Mrs. Albert J. Beveridge (neé Catherine Spencer Eddy), Beverly Farms, Mass., in 1937; on loan to the Art Institute, 1938-39; given to the Art Institute, 1953.
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