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The Art Institute of Chicago, Annual Report 1963-64, Chicago:, 1964, p. 19.
Calendar of The Art Institute of Chicago: Programs and Events, vol. 59, no. 2 (March 1965), n. p., ill.
Malcolm Warner in Susan Wise and Malcolm Warner, French and British Paintings from 1600 to 1800 in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Collection, Chicago, 1996, pp. 196-198, ill.
Possibly Henry Labouchere, first Lord Taunton (died 1869), Quantock Lodge, near Bridgewater, Somerset [according to a label on the stretcher that reads: PORTRAIT OF A LADY OF THE STANLEY FAMILY BY J. ZOFFANY, R. A./ FROM THE COLLECTION OF LORD TAUNTON, QUANTOCK LODGE, SOMERSETSHIRE];probably Edward James Stanley (died 1907); his widow, Mary Dorothy (died 1920), daughter of Lord Taunton, Quantock Lodge, near Bridgewater, Somerset. Captain Eric Villiers [according to the stock book of Arthur Tooth and Sons, London]; sold to Arthur Tooth and Sons, London, April 11, 1930; sold to Theodore Dickinson (died c. 1933), Chicago and Libertyville, Illinois, October 3, 1930 [according to Arthur Tooth and Sons stock book]; by descent to his secretary, Bertha Evans, later Mrs. Robert Andrew Brown, Libertyville, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrew Brown, Libertyville, Illinois; given to the Art Institute in 1964.
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