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Tancred Borenius, “ Notes on Giovanni Battista Piazzetta,” Burlington Magazine 30, (January, 1917), pp. 10–16, ill.
Rodolfo Pallucchini, Pantheon XVIII, 1936, p. 250, ill.
Art Institute of Chicago Bulletin XXXI, (Chicago, 1937), pp. 98–100.
Daniel Catton Rich, Catalogue of the Charles H. and Mary F. S. Worcester Collection, (Chicago, 1938), no. 22.
Michael Levey, “A Note on Marshal Schulenberg’s Collection,” Arte veneta XII, (1958), p. 221.
John Maxon and Joseph J. Rishel, Painting in the Eighteenth Century: Rococo to Romanticisim, exh. cat., Art Institute of Chicago, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Toledo Museum of Art, (Chicago, 1970), pp. 88–90, no. 33, ill.
Brigitte Klesse, Katalog der Italienschen, Französischen und Spanischen Gemälde bis 1800 im Wallraf-Richartz-Museum (Cologne, 1973), p. 96.
Rodolfo Pallucchini, L’opera completa del Piazzetta (Milan, 1982), p. 388, fig. 621.
Giambattista Piazzetta, Il suo Tempo, la sua scuola, exh. cat. (Venice, 1983), pp. 23, 102–103, ill.
Rodolfo Pallucchini, La pittura del Settecento, vol. 1, (Milan, 1984), p. 388, fig. 621.
Giancarlo Sestieri, La pittura del Settecento (Bologna, 1988), p. 131.
George Knox, Giambattista Piazetta 1682–1754 (Oxford, 1992), pp. 184–98, fog. 134.
Adriano Mariuz, Giuseppe Pavanello, Giandomenico Romanelli, Pietro Longhi (Milan, 1993), p. 35.
Alice Binion, La Galleria Scomparsa del Maresciallo von der Schulenburg (Milan, 1994), pp. 98–100, fig. 32.
Thomas W. Gaehtgens and Kszysztof Pomian, Le XVIIIe siécle (Paris, 1995), p. 354, ill.
Adriano Mariuz, “Giovanni Battista Piazzetta” in The Dictionary of Art, vol. 24 (London, 1996), p. 705.
John E. Gedo, “Piazzetta’s pastorales: disguised complexities,” Storia dell’arte 110, 10 (2005), pp. 121-40.
Loisel, Catherine, et. al., Venice at Vivaldi and Tiepolo’s time, exh. cat. (Grand Palais, 2018) pp. 76, pp. 80.
Venice, Correr Museum, 1936–37.
San Francisco, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, Venetian Painting: from the Fifteenth Century through the Eighteenth Century, June 25–July 24, 1938, no. 48.
Toledo, Museum of Art, Four Centuries of Venetian Painting, March 8–31, 1940, no. 40.
Venice, Palazzo Ducale, Dal Ricci a Tiepolo, June 7–October 15, 1969, no. 62.
Chicago, Art Institute, Painting in Italy in the Eighteenth Century, September 19–November 8, 1970; traveled to Minneapolis, Institute of Art, December 3, 1970–June 10, 1971, and Toledo, Museum of Art, February 7–March 21, 1971, no. 33.
London, Royal Academy, The Glory of Venice: Art in the Eighteenth Century, September 15–December 14, 1994 no. 79; Washington D.C., National Gallery of Art, January 29–April 23, 1995.
Paris, France, Grand Palais, Venice at Vivaldi and Tiepolo’s time, September 14 2018-January 21, 2019, cat. 50; Venice, Palazzo Ducale, Feb. 23- June 9, 2019.
Commissioned by Marshall Schulenburg, Venice, by 1743 [his inventory 1743, Royal Academy 1954–55, no. 510]; his heirs; sold to Mr. Greenwood in 1774 [Binion 1994, pp. 98–99]; his sale at Christie’s, London, April 13, 1775, no. 41 or 42; Guida da Faenza Collection; his sale, Rome, 1902 [letter from M. D. Koetser, dated February 27, 1936, in curatorial file]; 17th-Century Gallery, London, 1917 [unsubstantiated note in curatorial file and Maxon and Rishel 1970, p. 88]. Auction London, 1935; G. H. Winterbottom, London; Jacob Heimann, Milan, 1936 [letter from Heimann to Art Institute of Chicago, dated April 25, 1937]; M. D. and D. M. Koetser, London, 1936 [Koetser letter, cited above]; purchased by Art Institute, 1937.
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