218.0 x 299.0cm sight; 239.0 x 321.6 x 10.0cm frame
Paris Salon (France), Paris/France, Purchased by the AGNSW from the Paris Salon 1888
École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts (France) (Author), Figures du corps, 2008, 265 (colour illus.). illustrated in reference to cat.no.124
Martin Kemp (Author), The human animal in Western art and science, 2007, 230 (illus.), 231. fig.167
'The priestesses of Apollo and the heirs of Aesculapius: medical art-historical approaches to ancient choreography after Charcot' by Jonathan Marshall, pg.410-426, Forum for Modern Language Studies, vol.43, no.4 Oct 2007, Oct 2007, 148 (illus.).
John McLachlan, Anatomy teaching: ghosts of the past, present and future, 2005, (illus.).
'Science in culture: Armed with anatomy' by Martin Kemp pg.998, Nature 2000, 2000, 998 (illus.).
Martin Kemp (Author), Marina Wallace (Author), Spectacular Bodies - The art and science of the human body from Leonardo to now, London, 2000, 76-77 (colour illus.), 75. cat.no. 265
Paul Wood (Editor), The Challenge of the Avant-Garde, London, 1999, 28 (illus.), 29. plate no. 20
Look Feb 1998, Feb 1998, 25 (colour illus.).
Anthony Bond (England; Australia) (Author), Body, Melbourne, 1997, 30, 125 (colour illus.), 125-7, 144. figure 143, cat.no. 136
Annabel Davie (Editor), Art Gallery of New South Wales Handbook, Domain, 1988, 41.
Anna Waldmann (Australia) (Author), Salon and Academie: the charm of tradition, Domain, 1984, (illus.). no catalogue numbers
Edmund Capon (England; Australia, b.1940) (Editor), Jan Meek (Australia) (Editor), Portrait of a Gallery, Sydney, 1984, 19.
Paris Salon, 1888, Paris Salon, 1888–1888.
Salon and Academie: the charm of tradition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 15 Nov 1984–May 1985.
Body, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 12 Sep 1997–16 Nov 1997.
Spectacular Bodies: The art and science of the human body from Leonardo to now, Hayward Gallery, 19 Oct 2000–14 Jan 2001.