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Művészet Magyarországon, 1830–1970, exh. cat. (Budapest: Madgyat Tudományos Akadémia, 1981), 352, cat. 242, plate 64.
Nicolas M. Salgó, Two Centuries of Hungarian Painters, 1820–1970: A Catalogue of the Nicolas Salgó Collection, exh. cat. (Washington, D.C.: American University Press, 1991), 28, cat. 12.
‘Everywhere a Foreigner and Yet Nowhere a Stranger’: The Work of Nineteenth-Century Hungarian Artists from The Salgo Trust for Education, exh. cat. (New Brunswick: Museum of the American Hungarian Foundation, 2003), np. cat. 11.
Donna Gustafson and Susan Sidlauskas, Striking Resemblance: The Changing Art of Portraiture, exh. cat. (Munich; London; New York: Delmonico Books, Prestel; New Brunswick, NJ: Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, 2014), 100, 101 (ill.), 161.
Budapest Art Society, 1858, no. 24. [Pesti Műegylet].
Budapest, Hungarian National Gallery, Művészet Magyarországon, 1830–1970 [Fine Arts in Hungary 1830-1870], Aug.–Nov. 1981, cat. 242.
New Brunswick, NJ, American Hungarian Foundation, Two Hundred Years of Hungarian Painting, May 20–Oct. 14, 1990, no cat.
Washington, D.C., Hungarian Embassy, Exhibition of Works from the Collection of Ambassador Nicolas Salgo, 1994, no cat.
New Brunswick, NJ, Museum of the American Hungarian Foundation, ‘Everywhere a Foreigner and Yet Nowhere a Stranger’: The Work of Nineteenth-Century Hungarian Artists from The Salgo Trust for Education, Nov. 23, 2003–Sep. 12, 2004, cat.11.
New Brunswick, NJ, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, The Magyar Imagination: Selections from the Salgo Trust Collection of Hungarian Art, Dec. 8, 2007–Mar. 30, 2008, no cat.
New Brunswick, NJ, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, Striking Resemblance: The Changing Art of Portraiture, Jan. 25–July 13, 2014, 100-101.
Sold, Budapest, Bizományi Áruház Vállalat, Dec. 1985, lot 21 to Nicolas M. Salgo, New York (died 2005) [invoice from Bizományi Áruház Vállalat, Dec. 12, 1985; copy in curatorial object file]; bequeathed to The Salgo Trust for Education; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2022.
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