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Peter Fusco, “Lambert-Sigisbert Adam’s ‘Bust of Neptune’,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art Bulletin 21 (1975), p. 17.
James Wood, “A Record of Sharing with Chicago’s Masterpiece,” A Supplement to the 1982-83 Annual Report (Chicago, 1983), p. 16 (ill.).
Ian Wardropper, “Adam to Clodion: Four French Terracotta Sculptures,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 11,1 (1984), pp. 23-27, 34-36, figs. 1, 2.
Ian Wardropper, “Collecting European Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Apollo 154,6 (September 2001), pp. 6, 12, n. 5, fig. 4.
Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago. “European Terracotta Scupture from the Permanent Collection,” 27 July - 13 October 1983 [no cat.].
Alexandre Ananoff, Paris, before 1982 [according to letter from Alexandre Pradère, 2 July 2002, in curatorial file]; sold, Sotheby Parke Bernet, Monaco, 7 February 1982, lot 303 as workshop of Carpeaux. Michael Hall Fine Arts, New York, by 1982; sold to the Art Institute, 1982.
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