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Seattle Art Museum, European Paintings and Sculpture from the Samuel H. Kress Collection (Seattle, 1954), pp. 82–83.
Hugh Honour, “The Palazzo Corsini, Florence,” Connoisseur 138, 557 (December 1956), pp. 165, 187, fig. 11.
Alice Wilson Frothingham, “A Pieta in Doccio Porcelain,” Connoisseur 140, 565 (December 1957), pp. 197–202.
Klaus Lankheit, Florentinische Barockplastick: Die Kunst am hofe der letzten Medici, 1670–1743 (Munich, 1962), pp. 137–38, 215 no. 74, 376, figs. 128–30.
Art Institute of Chicago Annual Report 1961–62 (Chicago, 1963), pp. 12 (ill.), 16.
Ruth Berges, “Eighteenth Century Doccia Porcelain,” Antiques Journal 21, 10 (October 1966), p. 26 (ill.).
Possibly Marcello Guidi, Florence [according to letter from Klaus Lankheit to Hans Huth, 7 May 1963, in curatorial file]. American Art Market (possibly through John Coolidge) [see source cited above]. Blumka Gallery, New York, by 1961; sold to the Art Institute, 1961.
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