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Werner Sumowski, Gemälde der Rembrandt-Schüler, vol. 2 (Landau/Pfalz, 1983), p. 1293, no. 835, fig. 835.
Peter C. Sutton, A Guide to Dutch Art in America (Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1986), p. 50.
Michiel Roscam Abbing, De schilder & schrijver Samuel van Hoogstgraten 1627-1678: Eigentijdse bronnen & oeuvre van gesigneeerde schilderijen (Leiden, 1993), p. 141, fig. 42.
Celeste Brusati, Artifice and Illusion: The Art and Writing of Samuel van Hoogstraten (Chicago and London, 1995), p. 356, no. 53.
Art Institute of Chicago, Rembrandt after 300 Years, 1969 (traveled to Minneapolis Institute of Arts and Detroit Institute of Arts), no. 72.
Possibly Helena Lens, widow of merchant Willem Heyblom, Dordrecht by 1673 [see inventory of the collection of Helena Lens, 18 November 1673, Getty Archival Document N-1483]; possibly transferred by her to Abraham and Franchois Heyblom in payment of a debt [see document cited above]. Mrs. J. Piper, England; sold Sotheby’s, London, 13 November 1968, lot 66 to Julius Weitzner [letter dated 10 May 2000 from Camilla Harris, Sotheby’s, to Martha Wolff in curatorial file]; sold to the Art Institute, 1969.
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