Odalisque With A Slave
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Identification and Creation
Object Number
1943.251
People
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, French (Montauban 1780 - 1867 Paris)
Title
Odalisque with a Slave
Classification
Paintings
Work Type
painting
Date
1839-1840
Culture
French
Location
Level 2, Room 2120, European and American Art, 17th–19th century
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Physical Descriptions
Medium
Oil on canvas
Dimensions
72.1 x 100.3 cm (28 3/8 x 39 1/2 in.)
frame: 94.6 x 122.6 x 7.6 cm (37 1/4 x 48 1/4 x 3 in.)
Inscriptions and Marks
  • Signed: l.l.: J. Ingres / Rom. 1839
Provenance
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Painted, 1839, Sold to Charles Marcotte d'Argenteuil, 1840.
Charles Marcotte d'Argenteuil, Purchased from artist, 1840, to son Louis-Marie-Joseph Marcotte.
Louis-Marie-Joseph Marcotte, from father Louis Marcotte d'Argenteuil, Sold to Louis Aguillon, 1875. The work was offered for sale at the Ingres sale, Drouot, Paris April 27, 1867 as no. 17, but was bought in by Marcotte for Fr 44,000.
Louis Aguillon, Purchased from Marcotte family, Acquired by Louis Marcotte de Quivières. Aguillon was the brother-in-law of L.-M.-J. Marcotte.
Louis Marcotte de Quivières, Acquired from Louis Aguillon, Sold to Guilhermoy [?] at de Quivières sale, 1875. The work was no. 11 in the de Quivières sale at the Hotel Drouot. de Quivières was the nephew of Charles Marcotte, the original owner.
Guilhermoy [?], Purchased at de Quivières sale, 1875. Spelling of owner's name varies-- Guilhermoy or Guilhermy. He paid Fr 50,000 at the de Quivières sale.
Gustave Pereire, Paris, 1911, To his wife (at his death?).
Mme. Henriette Pereire, From her husband, Gustave Pereire.
Carroll S. Tyson, Philadelphia, To Wildenstein?.
Wildenstein & Company, New York, NY, Sold to Winthrop, 1935.
Grenville Lindall Winthrop, Purchased from Wildenstein, NY, 1935, Bequest to Fogg Art Museum, 1943. Winthrop paid $75,000.
Acquisition and Rights
Credit Line
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop
Accession Year
1943
Object Number
1943.251
Division
European and American Art
Contact
am_europeanamerican@harvard.edu
Publication History

"Manet: Bringing Art Back into Life", The Daily Telegraph Magazine (London, England), ill. p. 44

Ernest Breton, "M. Ingres.-- L'Odalisque. La Chapelle Sixtine", Bulletin des salons (1840), pp. 67-68, pp. 67-68

"De la nouvelle odalisque envoyée de Rome par M. Ingres", L'Artiste (1840), vol. VI, pp. 343-345

Jules Varnier, "M. Ingres", L'Artiste (1841), vol. VIII, p. 508

Damay, "Une visite à l'atelier d'Ingres", Mémoires de l'Académie des Sciences, Agriculture, Commerce, Belles-Lettres... (1843), 5, pp. 449-454, pp. 449-454

Théophile Thoré, "Léopold Robert II", Les Beaux-Arts: Illustration des arts et de la littérature (1843), I, no. 18, p. 284, p. 284

Théophile Thoré, "Galeries particulières: Collection de M. Marcotte, d'Argenteuil", Les Beaux-Arts: Illustration des arts et de la littèrature (1844), 2, no. 48, p. 298, p. 298

"Exposition des ouvrages de peinture dans la galerie Beaux-Arts Boulevard Bonne-Nouvelle, 22", L'Illustration (1846), 6, p. 96, p. 96

Explication des Ouvrages de Peinture exposés dans la Galerie des Beaux-Arts Boulevard Bonne-Nouvelle, 22 au Profit de la Caisse de Sécours et Pensions de la Société des Artistes, exh. cat., Galerie des Beaux-Arts Boulevard Bonne-Nouvelles (Paris, France, 1846), no. 46

Charles Baudelaire, Salon de 1846, M. Lévy Frères (Paris, France, 1846)

Frederic de Mercey Lagenevais, "Peintres et sculpteurs modernes: M. Ingres", Revue des Deux Mondes (1846), vol. XIV, p. 526

Albert Magimel, Oeuvres de J. A. Ingres, gravées au trait sur acier par A. Réveil, 1800-1851, Ambroise Firmin Didot (Paris, France, 1851), no. 64, repr. as line drawing

Paul Mantz, "Salon de 1855", Revue française (1855), 2, p. 222, p. 222

Eugène de Mirecourt, Ingres, Gustave Havard Editeur (Paris, France, 1855), p. 82

Maxime Du Camp, Le Beaux-arts à l'Exposition Universelle de 1855... (Paris, France, 1855), pp. 75-77

Exposition Universelle de Paris en 1855: Explication des ouvrages de peinture, sculpture, gravure, lithographie et architecture des artistes vivants etrangers et francais, exh. cat., Vinchon (Paris, France, 1855), no. 3351

[Eugéne-Emmanuel Pineu-Duval] Amaury-Duval, "M. Ingres, II", L'Artiste (1856), vol. VI, no. 1, pp. 175-177, p. 176

Visites et études de S.A.I. le Prince Napoléon au Palais des Beaux-Arts ou description complete de cette exposition (Paris, France, 1856), pp. 113-114, under no. 1; p. 156

Théophile Silvestre, Histoire des artistes vivants français et étrangers, études d'après nature (Paris, France, 1856), pp. 22-23, 37, 39

Theophile Gautier, Les Beaux-Arts en Europe, Michel Levy freres (Paris, France, 1857), pp. 157-160

Henri, Vicomte Delaborde, Lettres et Pensées d'Hippolyte Flandrin (Paris, France, 1865), p. 337, under no. 40

Olivier Merson and Emile Bellier de la Chavignerie, Ingres, sa Vie et ses Oeuvres, J. Hetzel (Paris, France, 1867), pp. 22, 45, 114

Emile Bellier de la Chavignerie, "Notes sur l'oeuvre de M. Ingres", La Chronique des Arts et de la Curiosité (1867), vol. V, p. 59

Charles-Ernest Beulé, Eloge de M. Ingres... prononcé dans la séance publique de l'Académie des Beaux-Arts, le 14 December 1867 (Paris, France, 1867), pp. 22, 23

Catalogue des tableaux, études peintes, dessins et croquis de J.A.D. Ingres exposé dans les galeries de l'Ecole impériale des Beaux-Arts, exh. cat., Ad. Laine et J. Havard (Paris, France, 1867), no. 423

Théophile Thoré, Salons de T. Thoré, Librairie internationale (Paris, France, 1868), pp. 246, 247, 250-251

Charles Blanc, Ingres, sa vie et ses ouvrages, Vve. J. Renouard (Paris, France, 1870), p. 106-107, 119, 233

Henri, Vicomte Delaborde, Ingres, sa vie, ses travaux, sa doctrine, d'apres les notices manuscrites et les lettres du maitre, H. Plon (Paris, France, 1870), pp. 99-100; 237-239 under no. 78 and 79; 255 under no. 139; 284 under no. 228

Eugene Montrosier, Peintres modernes: Ingres, H. Flandrin, Robert Fleury, Ludovic Baschet (Paris, France, 1882), p. 16

Victor Fournel, Les Artistes Français contemporains, A. Mame et fils (Tours, France, 1884), p. 55

Henry Lapauze, Les dessins de J.-A.-D. Ingres du Musée de Montauban, J. E. Bulloz (Paris, France, 1901), pp. 59, 121, 122, 235, 249

Jules Momméja, Ingres, H. Laurens (Paris, France, 1904), pp. 94-96

Jerome Doucet, Les Peintres Français (Paris, France, 1905), p. 128

Henry Lapauze, "Le 'Bain Turc' d'Ingres", Revue de l'art ancien et moderne (1905), vol. XVIII, p. 386

Jules Momméja, Collection Ingres au Musée de Montauban, Inventaire General des richeses d'art de la France. Province, Monuments civils (1905), p. 107, above nos. 1253-1261

Octave Uzanne, "The Paintings of Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres", Magazine of Fine Arts I (1906), p. 275, repr. p. 274

Jules Momméja, "Le 'Bain Turc' d'Ingres", Gazette des Beaux-Arts (1906), vol. XXXVI, p. 185-187

Téodor de Wyzewa, L'Oeuvre Peint de Jean-Dominique Ingres, Frédéric Gittler (Paris, France, 1907), pl. XXIX, p. iv

Alexander Joseph Finberg, Ingres (London, England, 1908), pp. 66-67

Augustine Boyer d'Agen (Jean-Auguste Boye), Ingres d'apres une correspondence inédit, H. Daragon (Paris, France, 1909), pp. 21, n. 298, 350

Henry Lapauze, "L'Académie de France à Rome", La Nouvelle Revue (1909), vol. VIII, pp. 364, 365, 373

Georges LeComte, "Ingres, son oeuvre, son influence", Le Correspondent (1911), vols. II and III, p. 350

Robert de la Sizeranne, "L'Oeil et la main de M. Ingres a la Galerie Georges Petit", Revue des Deux Mondes (1911), vol. III, pp. 416-435, pp. 416-417

Henry Lapauze, Ingres, sa vie & son oeuvre, G. Petit (Paris, France, 1911), pp. 335-337, 344, 350-352

Henry Lapauze, "Lettres inedit a M. Marcotte", La Correspondant (1913), vol. CCLII, pp. 90, 92-93, 94, 97, 99, 102-105

David et ses élèves, exh. cat., Petit Palais, Paris (Paris, France, 1913), no. 187

Gustave Pauli, "David im Petit Palais", Kunst und Künstler (1913), vol. XI, pp. 549-550, repr.

Léon Rosenthal, De Romanticism au Realisme (Paris, France, 1914), p. 180

Arsène Alexandre, "Comprendre Ingres, c'est comprendre la Grece et la France", La Renaissance (1921), vol. IV, pp. 195-196

Lili Frölich-Bum, Ingres: Sein Leben und sein Stil (Vienna and Leipzig, 1924), pp. 25, 62, plate 49

Lili Frölich-Bum, Ingres, His Life and Art, William Heinemann, Ltd. (London, England, 1926), p. 28, pl 49

Louis Hourticq, Ingres: l'oeuvre du maitre, Hachette (Paris, France, 1928), p. vii, repr. p. 81

Exposition du centenaire de la conquête de l'Algérie, 1830-1930, exh. cat., Petit Palais, Paris (Paris, France, 1930), no. 285

Oeuvres importantes de grand maîtres du XIXe siècle, exh. cat., Galerie Paul Rosenberg (Paris, France, 1931), no. 48

Raymond Bouyer, "Les Expositions de mois", Revue de l'Art (1931), vol. LX, p. 265

Eric G. Underwood, A Short History of French Painting (London, England, 1931), pp. 184-185, repr. facing p. 177

Jean Cassou, "Ingres et ses contradictions", Gazette des Beaux-Arts (1934), vol. XI, p. 158, repr. p. 163

Jean Cassou, "Ingres, Inventeur des femmes", La Renaissance (1935), vol. XVIII, pp. 3, 5

Jean Cassou, "Ingres", L'Art et les Artistes (1936), vol. XXXI, pp. 169-170

Walter Pach, Ingres, Harper and Brothers Publishers (New York, NY and London, England, 1939), pp. 71, 95, 99-102, repr. opposite p. 179

Ulrich Christoffel, Klassizismus in Frankreich um 1800 (Munich, Germany, 1940), repr. p. 117

Edward King, "Ingres as Classicist", The Journal of the Walters Art Gallery (1942), vol. V, pp. 78-81

Chinese Sculpture, Bronzes, Jades, Paintings and Drawings, Egyptian and Persian sculpture, Pre-Columbian art; selected from the collection of Grenville Lindall Winthrop, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1943), p. 4

Jean Cassou, Ingres, Editions de la Connaissance (Brussels, Belgium, 1947), pp. 74-76, pl. 28

Alain [Emile Chartier], Ingres, Editions du Dimanche (Paris, France, 1949), pls. 34

Claude Roger-Marx, Ingres, J. Marguerat (Lausanne, Switzerland, 1949), no. 39

Karl Scheffler, Ingres, A. Scherz (Bern, Switzerland, 1949), pl. 39

Masterpieces, Ziff-Davis (Chicago, IL, 1950), repr. p. 107, text p. 104

Jean Alazard, Ingres et l'Ingrisme, Michel (Paris, France, 1950), pp. 94, 113-114, 119, 139

A Loan Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings from the Ingres Museum at Montauban, exh. cat., Knoedler Galleries (New York, NY, 1952), p. [5], under no. 33

Walter Friedlaender, David to Delacroix (Cambridge, MA, 1952), pp. 87, 89-90

Georges Wildenstein, Ingres, Phaidon Press (London, England, 1954), no. 228

Douglas Cooper, The Courtauld Collection: A Catalogue and Introduction (London, 1954), pp. 140-141, under no. 134

Lesley Blanch, The Wilder Shores of Love (London, England, 1954), detail repr. on dustjacket

Daniel Ternois, "Les livres de comptes de Madame Ingres", Gazette des Beaux-Arts (1956), vol. XLVIII, pp. 163, 175

Kenneth Clark, The Nude: A Study in Ideal Form (Garden City, NY, 1956), pp. 217-219, 498 (n., under p. 219)

Georges Wildenstein, Ingres (London, England, 1956), pp. 210 no. 228, 213, repr. as fig. 149

Norman Schlenoff, Ingres, ses sources littéraires, Presses Universitaires de France (Paris, France, 1956), p. 252 n. 5, pl. XLVII

S. Lane Faison, Jr., A Guide to the Art Museums of New England, Harcourt, Brace and Co. (New York, NY, 1958), p. 118, fig. 16

Pontus Grate, Deux critiques d'art de l'epoque Romantique: Gustave Planche et Theophile Thore, Almqvist & Wiksell (Stockholm, Sweden, 1959), pp. 240-241

Kenneth Clark, The Nude: A Study in Ideal Form, Doubleday Anchor Books (Garden City, NY, 1959), pp. 218-219, 498 n.

Ingres and Degas: Two Classical Draughtsmen, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1961), p. v no. 17

René Huyghe, L'Art et l'Homme, Librairie Larousse (Paris, France, 1961), III, no. 930

Anita Brookner, "Art Historians and Art Critics VII: Charles Baudelaire", The Burlington Magazine (1964), vol. CVI, repr. p. 272 fig. 23 p. 276

Madeline Cottin, "Theophile Gautier, le Poème de la Femme", Gazette des Beaux-Arts (1967), vol. LXX, p. 307

Robert Rosenblum, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (New York, NY, 1967), pp. 82, 142-145, repr. on dustjacket and pl. 38

Ingres: Centennial Exhibition, 1867-1967. Drawings, Watercolors and Oil Sketches from American Collections, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1967), p. x

Paintings from the Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop shown in conjunction with the Ingres Centennial Exhibition, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1967), no. III

Ingres, exh. cat., Réunion des Musées Nationaux (Paris, France, 1967), under nos. 176-182, 198, 255

Valentina N. Berezina, Zhan Ogrust Dominik Engr, Sovestkii khudozhnik (Leningrad, 1967), pls. 54 and 58, detail

Ingres et son Temps: Exposition organisé pour le centenaire de la mort d'Ingres, exh. cat., Ministere des affaires culturelles/Reunion des Musées Nationaux (Montauban, France, 1967), under no. 114, p. 79

Ingres e Firenze, exh. cat., Centro di Firenze (Florence, Italy, 1968), under nos. 106, 119-121

Ingres in Italia: 1806-1824, 1835-1841, exh. cat., Accademia di Francia (Rome, Italy, 1968), pp. 158 under nos. 119-191, 160 under no. 122

Pierre Angrand, Monsieur Ingres et son époque, La Bibliothèque des Arts (Lausanne, Switzerland, 1968), pp. 187, 222

Emilio Radius and Ettore Camesasca, L'opera completa di Ingres, Rizzoli (Milan, Italy, 1968), no. 128a, pp. 106-107; under no. 167a, p. 117

Gridley McKim-Smith, "Grenville L. Winthrop: retrospective for a collector, 2: Grenville Winthrop's Western art", The Connoisseur (1969), vol. CLXX, pp. 190-192

Dorothy W. Gillerman, Gridley McKim-Smith, and Joan R. Mertens, Grenville L. Winthrop: Retrospective for a Collector, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1969), no. 85, p. 240

Heinz Peters, ed., Kleine Museum Reise durch Amerika, Gebr. Mann Verlag (Berlin, Germany, 1969), p. 100

Hans Naef, "'Odalisque à l'Esclave' by J.A.D. Ingres", Fogg Art Museum Acquisitions, 1968, Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1969), pp. 80-99

D. Fromont, La Peinture française du classicisme au réalisme (Brussels, Belgium, 1969), no. 15, detail repr.

Hélène Toussaint, Le Bain Turc d'Ingres, Réunion des Musées Nationaux (Paris, France, 1971), no. 5, pp. 19-21, 32

Daniel Ternois and Ettore Camesasca, Tout l'oeuvre peint d'Ingres (Paris, France, 1971), no. 129a, pp. 106-107; under no. 168a, p. 117

The Age of Neo-Classicism, exh. cat., Royal Academy and Victoria and Albert Museum (London, England, 1972), pp. 931-932, under no. 660

Edmund Burke Feldman, Varieties of Visual Experience, Art as Image and Idea, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (New York, NY, 1972), repr. p. 445

John Connolly, "Ingres and the Erotic Intellect", ARTnews Annual (1972), vol. XXXVIII, p. 21, 25, 31 nn. 8, 9; repr. p. 23

Ossian, exh. cat., Grand Palais (Paris, France, 1974), p. 99

John Connolly, "Ingres Studies: Antiochus and Stratonice: The Bather and Odalisque Themes" (1974), pp. 45-52

Pierre Barousse, "L' 'idée' chez Monsieur Ingres", Bulletin du Musée Ingres, Amis du Musée Ingres (Montauban, France, 1975), p. 162

Frederick S. Wight, The Potent Image: Art In the Western World from Cave Paintings to the 1970s, Collier Books (New York, NY, 1976), repr. b/w p. 229

Charles Baudelaire, "Exposition Universelle", Oeuvres Complètes (Paris, France, 1976), vol. II, p. 588, vol. II, p. 588

René Huyghe, La relève de l'imaginaire: la peinture francaise au XIXe siecle: realisme, romantisme, Flammarion (Paris, France, 1976), pp. 208, 224

Gianni Rizzoni and Fiorella Minervino, Ingres, Mondadori (Milan, Italy, 1976), pp. 60-61, fig. 4

Evelyne Pansu, Ingres Dessins, Chene (Paris, France, 1977), pp. 18-19, 31

Jon Whiteley, Ingres, Oresko Books Ltd. (London, England, 1977), pp. 11-15, 70, no. 52, repr.

Grand Collection of World Art, Kodansha (Tokyo, Japan, 1978), pl 18

The Second Empire: Art in France under Napoleon III, exh. cat., Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, PA, 1978), under no. VII-41

Hans Naef, Die Bildniszeichnungen von J.-A.-D. Ingres (Bern, Switzerland, 1978), vol. II, pp. 519, 566; vol. III pp. 230, 371, 436 fig. 3

Ingres: Drawings from the Musée Ingres at Montauban and Other Collections, exh. cat., Victoria and Albert Museum (London, England, 1979), p. 44, above nos. 61-63

Marjorie B. Cohn and Susan L. Siegfried, Works by J. A. D. Ingres in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum, exh. cat., Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 1980), pp. 10-11, 116, 118-119, repr. in b/w p. 117; color p. 16, no. 41

Gaetan Picon, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Quai des Celestins, 4 (New York, NY, 1980), repr. in color p. 68

25 Great Masters of Modern Art: Ingres, Kodansha (Tokyo, Japan, 1981), repr. in color, no. 44

William R. Johnston, The Nineteenth Century Paintings in the Walters Art Gallery, Walters Art Museum (Baltimore, MD, 1982), p. 37, under no. 6

Norman Bryson, Tradition and Desire: From David to Delacroix (Cambridge and New York, 1984), pp. 137, 138, repr. as fig. 72, pp. 139-142, 144

David Finn, How to Visit a Museum, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (New York, NY, 1985), pp. 126-127, repr. in color

Kristin A. Mortimer, Harvard University Art Museums: A Guide to the Collections, Harvard University Art Museums/Abbeville Press (Cambridge, MA; New York, NY, 1985), no. 200, p. 176, repr. in color

Daniel Ternois, "Une amitié romaine: les lettres d'Ingres à Édouard Gatteaux", Actes du Colloque: Ingres et Rome, Montauban (Montauban, 1986), pp. 17-61, pp. 19, 21, 22, 41-42

Jack Flam, Matisse: the Man and His Art 1869-1918, Cornell University Press (Ithaca, NY, 1986), pp. 158, 191; repr. in b/w p. 194 as fig. 190

Edmund Burke Feldman, Varieties of Visual Experience, Art as Image and Idea, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (New York, NY, 1987), p. 304, repr.

Barbara Chase-Riboud, De Macht van een Sultane, Van Holkema and Warendorf (Houten, The Netherlands, 1988), repr. on dustjacket

Dessins d'Ingres du musée de Montauban, exh. cat., Pavilion des Arts (Paris, France, 1989), pp. 46-47, repr. in b/w above no. 49

Michele Haddad, La Divine et l'Impure: Le Nu au XIXe, Jaguar Editions (Paris, France, 1990), repr. in color pp. 114-115; text p. 102, 116-117, 170

Edgar Peters Bowron, European Paintings Before 1900 in the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museums (Cambridge, MA, 1990), p. 71, color plate; pp. 112, 226, repr. b/w cat. no. 278

Annalisa Zanni, Ingres: catalogo completo dei dipinti, Cantini Editore (Florence, Italy, 1990), cat. 86, pp. 110-111, repr.

Felicity Campbell, ""An Historical and Technical Investigation of J.A.D. Ingres' Odalique with a Slave at the Fogg Art Museum and Its Connection to Related Works"" (thesis (certificate in conservation), Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, 1990), Unpublished, pp. 1-43 passim

Joy S. Kasson, Marble Queens and Captives: Women in Nineteenth-Century American Sculpture, Yale University Press (U.S.) (New Haven, CT and London, England, 1990), repr. in b/w fig. 18 p. 53

Gaetan Picon, Ingres, Skira/Rizzoli (Geneva, Switzerland/New York NY, 1991), repr. in color p. 44; pp. 54, 74-75, 117

Dr. Christine Ekelhart-Reinwetter, J. A. D. Ingres 1780-1867: Zeichnungen und Olstudien aus dem musée Ingres, Montauban, Ferdinandeum/Albertina (Innsbruck/Vienna, Austria, 1991), pp. 157-158, repr. in b/w as abb. 62

Edmund Burke Feldman, Varieties of Visual Experience, Art as Image and Idea, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (New York, NY, 1992), repr. in color p. 320

Dr. Ruth Westheimer, The Art of Arousal, Abbeville Press (New York, NY, 1993), repr. in color pps. 16-17

Neoclassic Art, Revolutionary Epoque Art, Shogakukan Inc. (Tokyo, Japan, 1993), repr. in color fig. 79

Leonard M. Helfgott, Ties that Bind: a Social History of the Iranian Carpet, Smithsonian Institution Press (Washington, D.C, 1994), repr. in b/w p. 99, fig. 5

José Luis Díez, Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (1815-1894), exh. cat., Museo del Prado (Madrid, Spain, 1994), p. 218, repr. in b/w

Cara D. Denison, The Thaw Collection: Master Drawings and New Acquisitions, exh. cat., Pierpont Morgan Library (New York, NY, 1994), pp. 96-97, under no. 66

Carol Ockman, Ingres' Eroticized Bodies: Retracing the Serpentine Line (New Haven, CT, 1995), pp. 53, 73, 74, repr. as fig. 34, 97, 121, 165 n. 33

Georges Vigne, Dessins d'Ingres: Catalogue raisonné des dessins du musée de Montauban, Gallimard/Reunion des Musées Nationaux (Paris, France, 1995), pp. 406-408, 440

Georges Vigne, Ingres, Citadelles & Mazenod and Abbeville Press (Paris, France; New York, NY, 1995), pp. 218-222, repr. in color as fig. 178; detail repr. p. 201 as fig. 166...

Eric Bertin, "Les peintures d'Ingres, II: Expositions et ventes publiques du vivant de l'artiste", Bulletin du Musée Ingres (1995), nos. 67-68, pp. 103-111, pp. 106, 108

Le baron Taylor, l'association des artistes et l'exposition du Bazar Bonne-Nouvelle en 1846, Fondation Taylor (Paris, France, 1995), pp. 34, 84, repr. as fig. 59; pp. 112, 123, 195-197, 222, 225, 228, 241, 257...

[Unidentified article], Shinchosha (Tokyo, Japan, 1995), vol. 6, p. 33, repr. in color

Patricia Condon, "Les Dessins Historiques achevés de J.A.D. Ingres" (part two), Bulletin du Musée Ingres, Amis du Musée Ingres (Montauban, France, 1996), no. 69, pp. 3-38, pp. 15, 36

Eric Bertin, "Les Peintures d'Ingres, Estampes et photographies de reproduction parues du vivant de l'artiste", Bulletin du Musée Ingres, Amis du Musée Ingres (Montauban, France, 1996), no. 69, pp. 60-62

Patricia Condon, "Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique" (London and New York, NY, 1996), pp. 841, 844

Paul de Roux, Ingres, Herscher (Paris, France, 1996), pp. 53, 68-69, repr. as fig. 20

An Introduction to Music and Art in the Western World, Brown & Benchmark Publishers (1996), p. 224, colorplate 46 following p. 226

Richard D. Leppert, Art and the Committed Eye: The Cultural Functions of Imagery, Westview Press, Inc. (Boulder, Colorado and Cumnor Hill, Oxford, 1996), pp. 234-236, 307 nn. 39, 40, fig. 9.6, pl. 16

Robert Newman, ed., Pedagogy, Praxis, Ulysses: Using Joyce's Text to Transform the Classroom (Ann Arbor, MI, 1996), pp. 186-188, repr.

Susan Grace Galassi, Picasso's variations on the masters: confrontations with the past, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (New York, NY, 1996), p. 141, repr. as fig. 5-11

Cara D. Denison, From Mantegna to Picasso: Drawings from the Thaw Collection at the Pierpont Morg, exh. cat., Pierpont Morgan Library (New York, NY, 1996), pp. 118-119, under no. 58, repr.

William Rubin, ed., Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation, exh. cat., Museum of Modern Art, New York (New York, NY, 1996), p. 360, repr.

Andrew Carrington Shelton, "From Making History to Living Legend: The Mystification of M. Ingres (1834-1855)" (1997), vol. I, pp. x, 159, 175, 216 n. 159; vol II, pp. 246, 247, 302-303 n. 40...

Daniel Ternois, "Ingres et la photographie", Bulletin du Musée Ingres (1997), no. 70, pp. 41-50, p. 43

Hans Belting, Das Unsichtbare Meisterwerk, Verlag C.H. Beck (Munich, Germany, 1998), pp. 134-135, repr.

Old Master Drawings, auct. cat., W. M. Brady & Co., Inc. (New York, NY, 1999), under cat. no. 33, repr. as fig. 22

Valérie Bajou, Monsieur Ingres, Editions Adam Biro (Paris, France, 1999), repr. p. 14, detail repr. p. 246; pp. 257-263, fig. 173; pp. 267-268, 271, 310..

Aileen Ribeiro, Ingres in Fashion: Representations of Dress and Appearance in Ingres's Images of Women, Yale University Press (U.S.) (New Haven, CT and London, England, 1999), pp. 179, 184, 205, 208 (detail repr.), 211, 231-236, repr. as fig. 186

Daniel Ternois, ed., Lettres d'Ingres à Marcotte d'Argenteuil, Société de l'histoire de l'Art Français (Nogent-le-Roi, France, 1999), pp. 22, 25, 30-32, 35-36, 42, 45-46, 114-119, 166-168, 184, 205-212, 224...

Christopher Riopelle, "The Early Nineteenth Century", The Critics' Choice: 150 Masterpieces of Western Art, ed. Marina Vaizey (New York, NY, 1999), pp. 228, 229, repr.

John Gage, Colour and Meaning: Art, Science and Symbolism, Thames & Hudson (London, England, 1999), pp. 47, 48, 196, 198-9, 200, Pl.96, Inv. 51

Gary Tinterow and Philip Conisbee, Portraits by Ingres: Image of an Epoch, exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY, 1999), pp. 306 n. 30, 329, repr. as fig. 190, 410, 518 n. 79, 531, 535, 551, 552, 555..

Seiyo Bijutsukan [The History of Western Art], Shogakukan Inc. (Tokyo, Japan, 1999), p. 844, repr. in color

Sam Hunter, Modern Art: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (New York, NY, 2000), repr. as fig. 5, p. 12

Uwe Fleckner, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres 1780-1867, Könemann Verlagsgesellschaft (Cologne, Germany, 2000), pp. 88-90, repr. in color as no. 87

Holly Edwards, Noble Dreams, Wicked Pleasures: Orientalism in America, 1870-1930, exh. cat., Princeton University Press and Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Princeton, NJ, 2000), p. 13; repr. in b/w p. 15, fig. 5

Amelia Jones, "Posing the Subject: Performing the Other as Self", Making a Scene, ARTicle Press (Birmingham, England, 2000), pp. 33-56, p. 47; repr. in b/w pp. 48-49

Adrian Rifkin, Ingres, Then and Now, Routledge (London and New York, NY, 2000), pp. 28, 30, detail repr. as fig. 14, pp. 44, 71

Anita Brookner, Romanticism and its Discontents (New York, NY, 2000), pp. 107-108, repr. as fig. 36

Mària van Berge-Gerbaud, Ingres et Marcotte: Lettres, documents, dessins, et gravures [Exposition-dossier II], exh. cat., Fondation Custodia (Paris, 2001), pp. 5, 7, 30, under no. 26, 37 under no. 36, 38 under no. 37 (cf. fig. 26)...

Daniel Ternois, Lettres d’Ingres à Marcotte d’Argenteuil: dictionnaire, Librairie des Arts et Métiers-Ed. Jacques Laget (Nogent-le-Roi, France, 2001), pp. 49, 50, 57, 76, 78, 83, 90, 99, 103, 118, 143, 161-166, 167, 179, 188, 191..

H. W. Janson, History of Art [6th ed.], Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (New York, NY, 2001), repr. p. 665 as fig. 21-30

Hans Belting, The Invisible Masterpiece, Reaktion Books (London, 2001), pp. 104-105, repr. in b/w

Kirsten Hoving Powell, "Le Violon d'Ingres: Man Ray's Variations on Ingres, Deformation, Desire and de Sade", Fingering Ingres (Oxford and Malden, MA, 2001), pp. 137, 138, repr. as fig. 68

Amelia Jones, "'Every Man Knows Where and How Beauty Gives him Pleasure': Beauty Discourse and the Logic of Aesthetics", Aesthetics in a Multicultural Age, Oxford University Press (UK) (Oxford, England, and New York, 2002), pp. 215-239, pp. 228-231, repr. as fig. 4

Emory Elliott, ed., Aesthetics in a Multicultural Age, Oxford University Press (NY) and Oxford University Press (UK) (Oxford, England, and New York, 2002), p. 229, repr.

Chikashi Kitazaki, ed., Between Reality and Dreams: Nineteenth Century British and French Art from the Winthrop Collection of the Fogg Art Museum, exh. cat., National Museum of Western Art (Ueno, Japan, 2002), pp. 92-93, cat. #13, color repr.

Joan DelPlato, Multiple Wives, Multiple Pleasures: Representing the Harem, 1800-1875, Associated University Presses (Cranbury, London and Mississauga, 2002), pp. 38-39, repr. in b/w as fig. 2.3

Elizabeth Cowling and John Golding, Matisse Picasso, exh. cat., Tate Gallery Publishing Limited (London, 2002), p. 237; repr. in b/w as fig. 64, p. 355

Hollis Clayson, "Henri Regnault's Wartime Orientalism", Orientalism's Interlocutors: Painting, Architecture, Photography, Duke University Press (Durham, NC, 2002), pp. 131-178, p. 152; repr. p. 153 as fig. 5

Stephan Wolohojian, Ingres, Burne-Jones, Whistler, Renoir... La Collection Grenville L. Winthrop, exh. cat., Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon and Réunion des Musées Nationaux (Paris, France, 2003), no. 72, pp. 195-199, repr. in color

Michael Harris, Colored Pictures: Race and Visual Representation, The University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill NC, 2003), pp. 126, 130; repr. in color p. 130

Christopher Riopelle, "David, Delacroix, and French Painting around 1800", French Paintings from the Musée Fabre, Montpellier, National Gallery of Australia (Canberra, Australia, 2003), pp. 107-108, fig. 102

Stephan Wolohojian, ed., A Private Passion: 19th-Century Paintings and Drawings from the Grenville L. Winthrop Collection, Harvard University, exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale University Press (New York, NY, 2003), no. 72, pp. 187-190, repr. in color

Christopher Riopelle, Harvard's Winthrop Collection: Nineteenth-Century Paintings and Drawings from the Grenville L. Winthrop Collection, exh. cat., National Gallery Company Limited (London, 2003), p. 28, cat. 15, ill.

Philip Ball, Bright Earth, The University of Chicago Press (Chicago, IL, 2003), pp. 7, 171, 176

Ilaria Ciseri, Il Romanticismo: 1780-1860: la nascita di una nuova sensibilità, A. Mondadori (Milan, Italy, 2003), pp. 200-201, repr. in color

Louis-Antoine Prat, Ingres, 5 Continents Press (Milan, Italy, 2004), cat. no. 48, repr., p. 90

Irvin Cemil Schick, Çerkes Güzeli Bir Sarkiyatçi Imgenin Serüveni, Oglak Güzel Kitaplar (Beyoglu-Istanbul, Turkey, 2004), p. 106, repr. in color

Delacroix to Munch: Nineteenth-Century Visions, exh. cat., Boston Museum of Fine Arts (Nagoya, Japan, 2004), repr. in color as fig. 8, p. 37

Robert Dupin, "La Collection Winthrop", Universalia, Encyclopaedia Universalis (Paris, France, 2004), pp. 343-344, p. 344

Ivan Davidson Kalmar, "The Houkah in the Harem: On Smoking and Orientalist Art", Smoke: A Global History of Smoking, Reaktion Books (London, 2004), p. 220, repr.

Laurence Madeline, ed., Picasso Ingres, exh. cat., Réunion des Musées Nationaux / Librairie Arthème Fayard (Paris, 2004), under no. 71

Robert Rosenblum, 19th Century Art, Pearson Prentice Hall (Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2005), pp. 146-147, repr. in color as fig. 130

Patricia Condon, "Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres: The Politics of Friendship", Seeing and Beyond: Essays on Eighteenth- to Twenty-First Century Art..., ed. Deborah J. Johnson, Peter Lang (New York NY and Washington DC, 2005), pp. 43-61, p. 47; repr. in b/w as fig. 1, p. 60

Perrin Stein, French Drawings from the British Museum: Clouet to Seurat, exh. cat., British Museum Press/Metropolitan Museum (New York NY, 2005), p. 714, repr. as fig. 1

H. W. Janson and Anthony F. Janson, A Basic History of Western Art, Prentice Hall (Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2006), p. 455, repr. in color

Vincent Pomarède, Stéphane Guégan, Louis-Antoine Prat, and Eric Bertin, Ingres 1780-1867, exh. cat., Editions Gallimard (Paris, France, 2006), p. 178, repr. as ill. 139

Karin H. Grimme, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, 1780-1867, Taschen GmbH (Cologne, Germany, 2006), p. 42, repr. p. 43 in color

Pierre Rosenberg, Only in America: One Hundred Paintings in American Museums Unmatched in European Collections, Skira (Milan, 2006), repr. on p. 174

Stéphane Guégan, Ingres: Erotic Drawings, Flammarion (Paris, France, 2006), repr. as pl. 56

Charles Newton, Images of the Ottoman Empire, Victoria and Albert Museum (London, 2007), pp. 120-121, repr. in color on p. 121.

Richard D. Leppert, The Nude: The Cultural Rhetoric of the Body in the Art of Western Modernity, Westview Press, Inc. (Boulder, CO, 2007), pp. 111-112, repr. as fig. 3.9

Stephan Wolohojian, ed., Harvard Art Museum Handbook, Harvard Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, 2008), p. 145, repr.

Michael Marrinan, Romantic Paris: Histories of a Cultural Landscape, 1800-1850, Stanford University Press (Stanford, 2009), pp. 198-201, fig. 94

Laura Neve, Paul Delvaux: Aux Sources de l'Oeuvre, Editions Racine (Brussels, 2010), p. 105, repr. in color p 104

John Elderfield and Lauren Mahony, de Kooning: A Retrospective, exh. cat., ed. David Frankel, The Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY, 2011), p. 473, repr. Fig. 3

Louis-Antoine Prat, Le dessin français au XIXe siècle, Somogy Editions D'Art (Paris, 2011), p. 182

Agnes Husslein-Arco and Sabine Grabner, ed., Orient & Occident: Travelling 19th Century Austrian Painters, exh. cat., Belvedere (Vienna, Austria & Munich, Germany, 2012), pp. 30-31, repr. Fig. 2

Maria Teresa Caracciolo, Le Romantisme, Citadelles & Mazenod (Paris, 2013), repr. in color, pp. 234-235

Mio Wakita, Staging Desires: Japanese Feminity in Kusakabe Kimbei's Nineteenth-Century Souvenir Photography, D. Reimer (Berlin, 2013), p. 115; repr. in color as plate 36

Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. and Melissa Renn, American Paintings at Harvard, Volume One: Paintings, Watercolors, and Pastels by Artists Born before 1826, Yale University Press and Harvard Art Museums (Cambridge and New Haven, 2014), p. 27

Impressionist /Modern Evening Sale, auct. cat., Christie's, New York (New York, 4 May 2010), p. 89, repr. in color as Fig 3.

William Hauptman, "Ingres and Photographic Vision", History of Photography (April 1977), I, pp. 117-128, pp. 124-125, repr. p. 128 fig. 15

Arnould de Vienne, "Galerie de M. Marcotte", L'Artiste (August 24, 1856), ser. 6, 2, p. 102, p. 102

Albert Dreyfus, "Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres", Die Kunst (December 1911), p. 136

Henry de Waroquier, "A Propos d'Ingres", Bulletin du Musée Ingres, Amis du Musée Ingres (Montauban, France, December 1959), p. 12

Carol Ockman, "Two Large Eyebrows a l'Orientale: Ethnic Stereotyping in Ingres' Baronne de Rothschild' ", Art History (December 1991), vol. 14, no. 4, repr. fig. 26 p. 529; mentioned p. 527

[Unidentified article], Nouvelles à la main (December 20 1840), p. 104

Wendy Nolan Joyce, "Sculpting the Modern Muse: August Clésinger's 'Femme piqueé par un serpent'", ed. Cassandra Hamrick, Suzanne Nash, and Dr. Marshall Olds, University of Nebraska Press (Lincoln, NE and London, England, Fall 2006), p. 174, repr. fig. 34

Albert de La Fizeliére, "Exposition de l'Association des Artistes", Journal du Commerce (February 1 1846)

[Eugéne-Emmanuel Pineu-Duval] Amaury-Duval, "De M. Ingres à propos de l'exposition Bonne Nouvelle", La Revue Nouvelle (February 1, 1846), vol. VII, pp. 88-89

C.A.D., "Exposition dans les galeries du boulevard Bonne-Nouvelle, no. 22, en faveur des artistes malheureux", La France (February 11, 1846)

[Unidentified article], Journal des Artistes (February 15, 1846), p. 50

Louis de Cormenin, "Oeuvres de M. Ingres", La Revue de Paris (February 1852), p. 97, p. 97

Edmond Saglio, "Un Nouveau Tableau de M. Ingres, liste complète de ses oeuvres", La Correspondence Litteraire (February 5, 1857), p. 78

Charles Lenormant, "Exposition au profit des artistes malheureux", Le Correspondent (January 1846-March 1846), 13, p. 673, p. 673

Charles Baudelaire, "Le musèe classique du Bazar Bonne-Nouvelle", Le Corsaire-Satan (January 21 1846)

Paul Mantz, "Une exposition hors du Louvre: M. Ingres et son ècole", L'Artiste (January 25, 1846), series 4, 5, pp. 198-201, p. 200

Etienne-Jean Delécluze, "Exposition des ouvrages de peinture dans la galerie des Beaux-Arts boulevard Bonne Nouvelle, 22", Journal des Débats (January 28, 1846)

John Russell, "Ingres Saw Himself as the Savior of French Painting", New York Times (New York, NY, January 8, 1984), pp. 29-30, p. 30

Daniel Ternois, "Lettres inédites d'Ingres à Hippolyte Flandrin", Bulletin du Musée Ingres, Amis du Musée Ingres (Montauban, France, July 1962), p. 22

Pierre Angrand and Hans Naef, "Ingres et la famille de Pastoret, correspondence inedite. II", Bulletin du Musée Ingres, Amis du Musée Ingres (Montauban, France, July 1970), p. 19

Walter B. Denny, "Orientalism in European Art", The Muslim World (July 1983 - October 1983), vol. LXXIII, no. 3, repr. in b/w fig. 7; text p. 267

Agnes Mongan, "Drawings by Ingres in the Winthrop Collection", Gazette des Beaux-Arts (July-December 1944), ser. 6, 26, p. 388 n. 1

Tableaux et dessins anciens, auct. cat., Christie's, Monaco S.A.M. (Monaco, June 16, 1989), p. 105, under no. 68

Jean Sutherland Boggs, "Variations on the Nude", Apollo (June 1978), vol. CVII, no. 196, pp. 487-489, p. 487, fig. 1, pp. 488-489

Impressionist and Modern Art, auct. cat., de Pury & Luxembourg (London, England, June 24 2002), p. 56, repr. in color as fig. 4

Théophile Thoré, "Etudes sur la Peinture Française depuis la fin de 18e siècle à propos de l'exposition de la société des peintures", Le Constitutionnel (March 10, 1846), p. 9

"Salon de 1841. M. Ingres", Le Charivari (March 14 1841)

Smaro Kamboureli, "Discourse and Intercourse, Design and Desire in the Erotica of Anaïs Nin", Journal of Modern Literature (March 1984), vol. II, no. 1, repr. in b/w p. 158

"Exposition des Galeries Bonne-Nouvelles. M. Ingres", Moniteur des Arts (March 8 1846), no. 6, p. 42, p. 42

Charles Perrier, "Exposition Universelle des Beaux-arts. III: La Peinture Française-- M. Ingres", L'Artiste (May 1855), vol. XV, pp. 57-58

[Eugéne-Emmanuel Pineu-Duval] Amaury-Duval, "M. Ingres", La Renaissance de l'art Français (May 1921), vol. IV, no. 5, p. 247, n. 1; repr. p. 248

Pierre Petroz, "Exposition universelle des beaux-arts (II)", La Presse (May 30, 1855)

"Mouvement des Arts et de la Curiosité. Tableaux et Dessins d'Ingres", La Chronique des Arts et de la Curiosité (May 5 and 12, 1867), vol. V, p. 138

[Unidentified article], Le Moniteur Universel (November 18, 1840), [unpag.]

[Reproduction only], "French Painting", Bulletin of the Fogg Art Museum, Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA, November 1943)., repr. in b/w, p. 58

"Conservation Notes", Harvard University Art Museums Observer, Harvard University Art Museums (Cambridge, MA, November 8, 1991), Vol. III, No. 19

Paul ("Bibliophile Jacob") Lacroix, "M. Ingres à l'Exposition Universelle", Revue Universelle des Arts (October 1855 - March 1856), vol. II, p. 206

Delphis de la Cour, "Etude sur Ingres et les peintres de son temps", Annales de la Société d'Agriculture, Sciences, Arts et Belles-lettres ... (October 1868 - November 1868), XLVII, pp. 321-355, pp. 327, 336

Jack Flam, "Matisse and Ingres", Apollo (October 2000), v. 152, no. 464, pp. 20-25, pp. 20-21, repr. in b/w

"Treasures from New England: Special Section for the Nation's Bicentennial", The Boston Globe (Boston, MA, September 12, 1976), p. 9

Asher Miller, "Ingres and the Fondation Custodia: Some Recent Publications", Master Drawings (Spring 2003), 41, no. 1, p. 73, p. 73

Exhibition History

[Exhibition for the Pension and Aid Fund of the Societé des Artistes], Galerie des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 01/11/1846 - 01/11/1846

Exposition Universelle de Paris, 1855, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Paris, Paris, 05/15/1855 - 12/31/1855

Unidentified Exhibition, Galerie Petit, 1864, Galerie Francis Petit, Paris, 03/01/1864 - 03/31/1864

Tableaux, etudes peintes, dessins et croquis de J.-A.-D. Ingres peintre d'histoire, sénateur, membre de l'Institut, École Impériale des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 04/10/1867 - 12/31/1867

Exposition David et ses elèves, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Paris, Paris, 04/07/1913 - 06/09/1913

Exposition du Centenaire de la Conquête de l'Algerie, 1830-1930, Petit Palais, Paris, Paris, 05/01/1930 - 06/30/1930

Exposition d'oeuvres importantes de grands maîtres du dix-neuvième siècle Prêtées au profit de la Cité Universitaire de l'Université de Paris, Galerie Paul Rosenberg, Paris, 05/18/1931 - 06/27/1931

Chinese sculpture, bronzes, jades, paintings and drawings, Egyptian and Persian sculpture, Pre-Columbian art : selected from the collection of Grenville Lindall Winthrop, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, 10/01/1943 - 02/28/1944

Ingres Centennial Exhibition, 1867-1967, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, 02/12/1967 - 04/09/1967

Grenville L. Winthrop: Retrospective for a Collector, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, 01/23/1969 - 03/31/1969

Master Paintings from the Fogg Collection, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, 04/13/1977 - 08/31/1977

Works by J.-A.-D. Ingres in the Collection of the Fogg Art Museum, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, 10/17/1980 - 12/07/1980

Masterpieces of European Art, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Cambridge, 06/22/1985 - 09/15/1985

Between Reality and Dreams: Nineteenth Century British and French Art from the Winthrop Collection of the Fogg Art Museum, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, 09/14/2002 - 12/08/2002

A Private Passion: 19th-Century Paintings and Drawings from the Grenville L. Winthrop Collection, Harvard University, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, Lyon, 03/15/2003 - 05/26/2003; National Gallery, London, 06/25/2003 - 09/14/2003; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 10/23/2003 - 01/25/2004

For Students of Art and Lovers of Beauty: Highlights from the Collection of Grenville L. Winthrop, Harvard University Art Museums, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, 04/16/2004

Re-View: S424-426 Western Art from 1560 to 1900, Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Cambridge, 08/16/2008 - 06/18/2011

Ancient to Modern, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 01/31/2012 - 06/01/2013

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