(England 08 Oct 1860–05 Aug 1932)
49.2 x 89.2cm stretcher; 77.5 x 116.5 x 5.5cm frame
John Batten (England, b.1860, d.1932), England, Purchased by the AGNSW from the artist 1897
Anna Clabburn (Australia) (Author), Looking for faeries: the Victorian tradition, Bendigo, 2010, (colour illus.). Not paginated
Peter Tomory (United Kingdom) (Author), Anne Kirker (New Zealand; Australia, b.1947) (Author), British painting 1800-1990 in Australian and New Zealand public collections, Sydney, 1997, 47. cat.no. 85, as 'Snow white and the seven little men'
Renée Free (Australia) (Author), Art Gallery of New South Wales catalogue of British paintings, Sydney, 1987, 12 (illus.).
National Art Gallery of New South Wales (Australia, estab. 1874) (Author), Catalogue of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1906, Sydney, 1906. States this is Batten's first work executed in tempera
'The Revival of Tempera Painting' by Aymer Vallance, The Studio 1901, 1901, 158 (illus.). as 'Snowdrop and the Dwarfs'
Unknown, Walker Art Gallery 1897, Walker Art Gallery, 1897–1897.
British and European watercolours - the first thirty years of the collection 1875-1906, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 13 Apr 1996–02 Jun 1996.
Looking for faeries: The Victorian tradition, Bendigo Art Gallery, 16 Oct 2010–28 Nov 2010.
Unknown, New Gallery, New Gallery, 1897?–1897?.