“Accessions of American and Canadian Museums,” The Art Quarterly 21, 2 (Summer 1958), pp. 227 and 230 (ill.), as L’Académicien, 1913–1915.
“Rouault ‘Academician’ to Chicago,” Art News 57:5 (September 1958), p. 29 (ill.), as The Academician, 1913–15.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings in the Art Institute of Chicago: A Catalogue of the Picture Collection (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1961), pp. 405 and 474 (ill.), as The Academician, c. 1913–1915.
A. James Speyer, “Twentieth-Century European Paintings and Sculpture,” Apollo 84:55 (September 1966), p. 225, as The Academician, 1913–15.
A. James Speyer and Courtney Graham Donnell, Twentieth-Century European Paintings (Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1980), p. 68, pl. 3F8, as The Academician, c. 1913–15.
Bernard Dorival and Isabelle Rouault, Rouault: L’Oeuvre peint 2 (Monte Carlo: André Sauret, 1988), p. 145, no. 1832 (ill.), as Bonimenteur or L’Académicien, 1925–1930.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Frames: Selected European Frames from The Art Institute of Chicago, October 15–December 15, 1986.
Ambroise Vollard (1867–1939), Paris, 1937 [La Renaissance 1937]. Bignou Galleries, New York, by May 1940 [New York 1940]. Mrs. Gilbert W. Chapman (née Elizabeth Fuller, later Mrs. Charles Goodspeed; 1893–1980), Chicago by 1951; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1951.
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