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A Picture Book of Chinese Bronzes in the Collections of Art Institute of Chicago (Art Institute of Chicago, 1940), p. 8.
Charles Fabens Kelley and Ch’en Meng-chia, Chinese Bronzes from the Buckingham Collection (Art Institute of Chicago/ Lakeside Press, R. R. Donnelly & Sons Lakeside Press, 1946), pp. 80, 258-59, pls. 44-46.
George W. Weber, Jr., The Ornaments of Late Chou Bronzes: A Method of Analysis (Rutgers University Press, 1973), pp. 252-60, pl. 53.
Lothar Alexander von Falkenhausen, Ritual Music in Bronze Age China: An Archaeological Perspective, PhD diss., Harvard University, 1988, pp. 504-5.
Shikago Bijutsukan, Chugoku bijutsu meihen ten: Masterpieces of Chinese Arts from Art Institute of Chicago (Osaka: Osaka Shiritsu Toyo Toji Bijutsukan, Atami: MOA Bijutsukan, Tokyo: Idemitsu Bijutsukan, 1989), cat. 9, p. 133, p. 22 (ill).
Colin Mackenzie, “Adaptation and Invention: Chinese Bronzes of the Eastern Zhou and Han Periods, Orientations 24, 6 (June 1993), pp. 59-71, fig. 9.
Elinor Pearlstein and James T. Ulak, Asian Art in the Art Institute of Chicago (Art Institute of Chicago / Harry N. Abrams, 1993), pp. 22-24 (ill.).
Elinor Pearlstein, “Bell (Bo cheng)” in The Silk Road and Beyond: Travel, Trade, and Transformation (The Art Institute of Chicago, 2007), p. 81-2, (ill.) 82.
Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka, Shikago Bijutsukan, Chugoku bijutsu meihinten: Masterpieces of Chinese Arts from Art Institute of Chicago, Feb. 11-March 21, 1989; traveled to MOA Museum of Art, Tokyo, April 1-May 7, 1989, Idemitsu Museum of Arts, Tokyo, May 16-June 19, 1989.
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