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Kathryn H. Selig Brown, “Himalayan Gems: Nepalese and Tibetan Art,” Orientations, Vol. 42, No. 3 (April, 2011), p. 47: Fig. 5.
Jackie Menzies, Goddess Divine Energy (Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2006), p. 261: cat. 173.
Pratapaditya Pal, Himalayas: An Aesthetic Adventure (The Art Insitute of Chicago, 2003), p. 261: cat. 173, and Appendix p. 294: 173.
Franco Ricca, A Tibetan Experience: Paintings from 1300 through 1800 (Philharmonic Center for the Arts, 1995), pp. 28-29.
“Goddess: Divine Energy,” organized by Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Australia, 13 October 2006 - 28 January 2007.
Chicago, IL, The Art Institute of Chicago, “Himalayas: An Aesthetic Adventure, ” 5 April 2003 - 17 August 2003 and Washington, DC, The Freer Gallery of Art & Arthur M. Sackler Gallery: 18 October 2003 - 11 January 2004
Chicago, IL, Art Institute of Chicago, A Collecting Odyssey: Indian, Himalayan, and Southeast Asian Art from the James and Marilynn Alsdorf Collection, August 2–October 26, 1997.
Sold to the Art Institute by Mr. Ferrucio Abbiati, Alessandria, Italy, February 27, 1996.
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