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“Report for the Year 1939,” Bulletin of The Art Institute of Chicago, 34, No. 3 (March 1940), p. 11 (as Martinelli).
N[uma] S. Trivas, review of San Francisco, Exhibition of Italian Baroque Painting: 17th and 18th Centuries, Apollo, 34 (1941), pp. 44-45, fig. II (as Martinelli).
Frederick A. Sweet, “Judith by Giovanni Martinelli,” Bulletin of The Art Institute of Chicago, 36 (1942), pp. 6-7 (ill.).
“Martinelli Excavated,” The Art Digest, 16, no. 8 (January 15, 1942), p. 12 (ill.).
The Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in The Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago, 1961), p. 295 (as Martinelli).
Hans Huth, “Italienische Kunstwerke im Art Institute von Chicago, USA,” Römische Forschungen der Bibliotheca Hertziana, 16 (1961), p. 518 (as Martinelli).
Ann Sutherland Harris, review of New York, Florentine Baroque Art from American Collections, Art News, 68, no. 3 (May 1969), ill. p. 32 (as Ficherelli).
Burton B. Fredericksen and Federico Zeri, Census of Pre-Nineteenth-Century Italian Paintings in North American Public Collections, Cambridge, Mass., 1972, pp. 121, 266, 571 (as Martinelli).
Alfred Werner, “Museen und Ausstellungen … Worcester, Mass.,” Pantheon, 30, (1972), ill. p. 516 (as Ficherelli).
A[ndor] Pigler, Barockthemen: Eine Auswahl von Verzeichnissen zur Ikonographie des 17. Und 18. Jahrhunderts (Budapest, 1974) I, p. 194 (as attributed to Ficherelli).
David Satter, “Healing art’s injuries an art in itself,” Chicago Tribune (September 6, 1974), pp. 1, 11 (as Ficherelli).
“Felice Ficherelli (Il Riposo), Judith,” The Journal of the American Medical Association (July 18, 1977), p. 26.
Mina Gregori, Il Seicento fiorentino: Arte a Firenze da Ferdinando I a Cosimo III. Biografie ex. cat., 1986/87, III, p. 88 (as Ficherelli, 1650s).
Bettina Uppenkamp, Judith und Holofernes in der italienisches Malerei des Barock (Berlin, 2004), pp. 151-53, 235, fig. 78.
Giuseppe Cantelli, Repertorio della pittura fiorentina del Seicento: Aggiornamento (Pontedera, 2009), p. 101.
California Palace Legion of Honor, San Francisco, Exhibition of Italian Baroque Painting, 17th and 18th Centuries, May 16-June 15, 1941, pp. 22, 41 (ill.), no. 73.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Florentine Baroque Art from American Collections, April 16-June 15, 1969, pp. 45, no. 40, fig. 23.
Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, Know What You See, October 6-November 7, 1970, unpaginated.
Worcester Art Museum, Woman as Heroine, September 15-October 22, 1972, p. 26, no. 10.
Sir George Donaldson, Hove, England, to 1918; bought by Thomas Agnew and Sons, Ltd., London, 16 November 1918; sold 10 June 1931 to W. J. Fergus, Montreal [Agnew and Sons letter to Susan Wise, 16 August 1989, in curatorial file]; sold to Schaeffer Galleries, Inc., New York [Susan Wise phone conversation with Schaeffer Galleries, 27 September 1989, note in curatorial file]; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Worcester for the Art Institute, 1939 [letter from Schaeffer Galleries, 29 March 1939, in curatorial file].
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