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Mr. and Mrs. William D. Graue, Texas (purchased at an auction in Dallas between 1988–90); Christie’s, New York, 21 October 2008, sale 2034, lot 201; purchased by Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, 2008
Henri Delaborde, Notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de Henri Chapu (Paris: Fermin-Didot, 1895; Octave Fidiere, Chapu, Sa vie et son oeuvre (Paris: Plon, 1894); M.H. Henri Chapu, Rapport sur la sculpture (Paris, 1884); S. Kessler, “La Jeunesse de Chapu: le modèle original du musée d’Angers,” Techne 17 (2003), 51-52; “’Youth’ at the Monument of Henri Regnault (Ecole des Beaux-Arts Paris),” Architect, vol. 53 (1895), p. 241; M. Gotlieb, “”Legends of the Painter Hero: Remembering Henri Regnault,” in J. Hargrove, ed., Nationalism and French Visual Culture, 1870-1914 (New Haven: Yale), 101-27; Henry Chapu (Galerie Daniel Greiner, Paris, 1985); Cyrus Dallin, Chapu and the Prix de Rome (1940);
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