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Everette McNear, High Culture in the Americas before 1500, exh. cat. (Arts Club Chicago, 1982), pp. 18-19 (ill.)
Richard F. Townsend, The Art of Tribes and Early Kingdoms: Selections from Chicago Collections, exh. cat. (Art Institute of Chicago, 1983), pg. 39, fig. 63 (ill.).
Richard F. Townsend with Elizabeth Pope, Indian Art of the Americas at the Art Institute of Chicago (Art Institute of Chicago, 2016), pg. 201, cat. 158 (ill.).
Matthew Looper and Yuriy Polyukhovych, “A Royal Vase from La Corona in the Art Intitute of Chiccago.” In Glyph Dwellers, report 58, March 2018).
Arts Club of Chicago, High Culture in the Americas before 1500, Nov. 15–Dec. 31, 1982, ex. cat. 36, pp. 18-19 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, The Art of Tribes and Early Kingdoms: Selections from Chicago Collections, January 12–March 4, 1984, cat. fig. 63.
Unknown gallery, Los Angeles, Calif., by mid-1960s; sold to Huber Primitive Arts, Dixon, Ill., mid-1960s; sold to private collector, Belvidere, ill.; given to the Art Institute, 2009.
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