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Francesco Negri Arnoldi, “An Exhibition of Italian Sculpture in London,” Burlington Magazine 114, 834 (1972), p. 646, fig. 62.
Charles Avery, “Three Marble Reliefs by Luca della Robbia,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 8 (1976), pp. 6–37, figs. 1, 17.
John Pope-Hennessy, Luca della Robbia (Oxford, 1980), p. 273, no. 84, fig. 55.
London, Heim Gallery, “Sculptures of the 15th & 16th Centuries,” 30 May – 8 September 1972, no. 3.
Possibly Church of S. Martino a Mensola, Fiesole, Italy, c. 1450 [see London 1972 exh. cat.]. Amalia Mondasi, Rome, before 1968 [according to receipt dated October 16, 1968, in Heim Gallery Records, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, copy in curatorial file]; sold to Luigi Albrighi, 1968 [according to letter from Ulrich Middeldorf to Ettore Viancini, November 25, 1968, in Heim Gallery Records, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, copy in curatorial file]; sold to Ettore Viancini, Venice, 1968 [according to Commission Book, 1970-85, Heim Gallery Records, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, copy in curatorial file]; sold to Heim Gallery, London, by 1972; sold to the Art Institute, 1973.
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