Albert Châtelet, Cent Chefs-d’oeuvre du Musée de Lille (1970): 58, under no. 21.
José Gudiol, Doménikos Thetokópoulos, El Greco, 1541–1614, Barcelona, 1971, p. 351, no. 164; English ed., trans. Kenneth Lyons, New York, 1973.
John D. Morse, Old master paintings in North America: Over 3000 Masterpieces by 50 Great Artists (New York: Abbeville Press, 1979), 154.
Juan J. Luna, Tesoros del Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao: pintura, 1400-1939. exh. cat. (Bilbao: Fundación Rich, 1989), 35, under no. 3.
José Álvarez Lopera, El Greco: La obra esencial (Madrid: Sílex, 1993), 289, no. 214.
Arnaud Brejon de Lavergnée in De Veronese à Goya: Tableaux et dessins du Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, exh. cat. (Tokyo: Asahi Shinbunsha, 1993), 259, under no. 3 (ill.).
Old Master Paintings Including Pictures from the Fattorini Collection and Pictures from the Collection formed by the British Rail Pension Fund, sale cat., London, Sotheby’s, July 3, 1996, 230, under no. 257.
William B. Jordan in Spanish Old Master Paintings Including Velázquez’s Sana Rufina, sale cat., New York, Christie’s, January 29, 1999, 39, under no. 199.
José Álvarez Lopera, ed., El Greco: Identity and Transformation, exh. cat. (Madrid, SKIRA, 1999), 420, under no. 54.
Richard George Mann, “Tradition and Originality in El Greco’s Work: His Synthesis of Byzantine and Renaissance Conceptions of Art,” Quidditas 23 (2002): 103–10, fig. 2.
Old Master Pictures, sale cat., London, Christie’s, July 7, 2004, 138, under no. 76.
Cynthia Kuniej Berry, et. al, “Multiplicity, Authorship, and Chronology: An Integrated Evaluation of Four Images of Saint Francis by El Greco,” in Marika Spring, ed., Studying Old Master Paintings: Technology and Practice, The National Gallery Technical Bulletin 30th Anniversary Conference Postprints (London: Archetype Publications, 2011), 125–35, figs. 1c, 3b, 6c.
Rebecca J. Long, ed., El Greco: Ambition and Defiance, exh. cat. (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 2020), 15, 133-34, 144 cat. 35, 197.
Leticia Ruiz Gómez, “El Greco’s Workshop in Spain,” in El Greco: Ambition and Defiance, exh. cat., ed. Rebecca J. Long (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 2020), 87.
Madrid, Museo del Prado, Exposición de las obras de Domenico Theotocópouli, llamado El Greco, April 30 - July 31, 1902, cat. 47.
Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Spanish Paintings, Textiles, Furniture, Arms, and Pottery, 1936, no cat.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Museum of Art, Masters of Spanish Painting, 1937, no cat.
Norfolk, Va., Chrysler Museum of Art, The Genius of El Greco: Masterpieces from the Art Institute of Chicago, July 1–October 18, 1998, no cat.
Paris, Grand Palais, Greco, October 14, 2019–February 10, 2020; Art Institute of Chicago, El Greco: Ambition and Defiance, March 7–June 21, 2020, cat. 35. [Chicago Only].
Possibly in the artist’s possession at the time of his death, 1614 [see 1614 inventory of the artist’s estate in Francisco de Borja de San Román y Fernández, El Greco en Toledo (1910), repr., with notes by Rafael Sancho, Toledo, 1982, pp. 205–08]. Don Clemente de Velasco, Madrid, by 1902, until 1926 [recorded in the Velasco collection in 1902 exh. cat. and in Mayer 1926, p. 19, no. 114, pl. 7]. Durlacher Brothers, New York, by 1935 [letter from R. Kirk Askew, Jr., Durlacher Brothers, to Robert Harshe, November 29, 1935, Art Institute Archives]; sold to the Art Institute, 1935.
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