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Klaus Lankheit, Florentinische Barockplastik (Munich: F. Bruckmann, 1962), p. 289, no. 398.
Detroit Institute of Arts, The Twilight of the Medici: Late Baroque Art in Florence, 1670–1743 (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1974), pp. 90–95.
Jennifer Montagu, “Some Small Sculptures by Giuseppe Piamontini,” Antichita Viva XIII, 3 (1974), pp. 3-21.
Ian Wardropper, “Collecting European Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Apollo 154, 475 (September 2001), p. 6, fig. 6.
Nogara Corporation, Monrovia, Liberia, by 1984; sold, Nogara Corporation, to Alex Wengraf Limited, London, by 1984; sold, Alex Wengraf, to the Art Institute, 1984.
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