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Emmanuelle Peyraube, Le harem des Lumières: l’image de la femme dans la peinture orientaliste du XVIIIe siècle (Paris, 2008), p. 63, ill.
Sotheby’s, New York, The Courts of Europe, sale cat. (Sotheby’s, January 30, 2014), p. 114, under lot 133.
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Venice, Fondazione Giorgio Cini Instituto di Storia dell’Arte, Franceso Guardi: Vedute, Capricci, Feste, August 28-November 28, 1993, cat. 6.
Marseille, France, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Odalisques - du pittoresque au pictural, October 14, 2000 - January 8, 2001; Barcelona, Centre de Culture Contemporaire, February 13-April 13, 2001.
One of more than forty cabinet pictures of Turkish highlife commissioned by Field Marshall Matthias Johann, Graf von der Schulenburg (d. 1747) Venice. By descent to his nephew Christian Gunther von der Schulenburg, transferred from Venice to Hehlen, near Hannover. By descent in the Schulenburg family until c. 1952 or shortly thereafter. Sold by Count Johann Heinrich von der Schulenburg. Private collection, Switzerland. Wildenstein and Co., from March , 1957 sold to Mrs. Joseph Regenstein, 1964. Gift of Mrs. Regenstein, 1964.
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