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Hellmuth Bethe, “The Saccomazzone Groups of Florence,” The Register of the Museum of Art of the University of Kansas, Lawrence, no. 10 (June, 1958), pp. 9 (ill.), 11-12.
Hans R. Weihrauch, Europäische Bronzestatuetten, 15.-18. Jahrhunderts, Braunschweig, 1967, pp. 235, 507, n. 273.
C[harles] A[very] in Objects for a ‘Wunderkammer’, exhib. cat., London, P. and D. Colnaghi & Co., Ltd, 1981, ed. Alvar González-Palacios, p. 162, under no. 82.
Br[ook] in Il seicento fioentino: Arte a Firenze da Ferdinando I a Cosimo III, exhib. cat., Florence, Palazzo Strozzi, 1986, p. 433, under cat. 4.13.
Repertorio della scultura fiorentina del seicento e settecento, ed. Giovanni Pratesi, Turin, 1993, vol. 1, p. 89, vol. 2, pl. 341.
Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Collects, 20 September - 27 October, 1963.
Alfred Spero, London, 1955 [according to Bethe 1958]; sold to the University of Kansas Museum of Art, now the Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, Kansas, 1955 and accessioned as 1955.81; given to Edward Maser (died 1988), director of the University of Kansas Museum of Art, on his departure for the University of Chicago in 1961; Edward and Inge Maser, Chicago; bequeathed to the Art Institute of Chicago by Inge Maser, 2008.
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