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B.J. (Bruno John) Wassermann-San Blas, Ceramics del Antiguo Peru de la Collection Wassermann-San Blas [with introduction by Heinz Lehmann] (Wassermann-San Blas, Buenos Aires, 1938), 26, cat. 38 (ill.).
Alan R. Sawyer, The Nathan Cummings Collection of Ancient Peruvian Art [Formerly Wassermann-San Blas Collection]—Handbook, exh. cat. (Chicago: Nathan Cummings and Art Institute of Chicago, 1954), 40 (ill.).
Lee A. Parsons, “An Examination of Four Moche Jars from the Same Mold,” American Antiquity 37, 4 (Apr. 1962), 515-519 (ill. fig. 1).
Art Institute of Chicago, Peruvian Pottery and Weaving of an Ancient Date, Nathan Cummings Collection, formerly the Wassermann- San Blas Collection, Jun. 28, 1954–Jan. 3, 1955, cat. Alan R. Sawyer, Nathan Cummings Collection of Ancient Peruvian Art (formerly Wasserman-San Blas)—a Handbook (Chicago, 1954).
B. J. Wassermann (Bruno John), Buenos Aires, by 1938 [possibly acquired by descent from unnamed grandmother, Argentina, according to personal statement in Ceramics del Antiguo Peru de la Collection Wassermann-San Blas, 1938]; sold to Nathan Cummings (1896–1985), Chicago, 1954; given to the Art Institute, 1957.
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