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Timothy Trent Blade, “Hendrick van Steenwyck the Younger’s ‘Aeneas Rescuing Anchises from Burning Troy,’” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 5 (1970), pp. 39-52, figs. 1, 4, 8.
Johnny van Haeften, Dutch and Flemish Old Master Paintings, London, 1992, n.p, under no. 30.
Mireille Galinou and John Hayes, London in Paint: Oil Paintings in the Collection of the Museum of London, London, 1996, p. 33, n. 3.
Jeremy Howarth, The Steenwyck Family as Masters of Perspective: Hendrick van Steenwyck the Elder (c. 1550-1603), Hendrick Steenwyck the Younger (1580/82-1649) Susanna van Steenwyck (Dates Unknown-Active 1639-c. 1660), Turnhout, 2009, pp. 254-5, no. II E. 4.
Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Leonaert Bramer (1596-1675), A Painter of the Night, December 3, 1992-February 28, 1993, cat. 65.
Walter John Montagu-Douglas-Scott, 8th duke of Buccleuch, Boughton House, Kettering, Northamptonshire, from at least 1912 to 1946 [1912 Boughton House inventory, no. 158]; sold Christie’s, London, 1 November 1946, lot 137, to Soukup for 30 guineas [according to annotated catalogue in Ryerson Library]. Charlotte Frank, London, to 1962; sold by Charlotte Frank to the Art Institute of Chicago December 1962.
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