L. Fröhlich-Bume, 'A Rediscovered Picture by Artemisia Gentileschi', The Burlington Magazine, LXXVII, November 1940, pp. 165 and 169, fig. B, subject identified as Fame.
'Notable Works of Art now on the Market', The Burlington Magazine, XCVII, no. 633, December 1955, pl. XIX, subject identified as Fame.
R. Ward Bissell, 'Artemisia Gentileschi: A New Documented Chronology', Art Bulletin, L, 1968, p. 159, no. 51.
M. Gregori, Civiltà del seicento a Napoli, exhibition catalogue, ed. S. Cassani, Museo di Capodimonte, Naples and elsewhere,
1984-5, vol. I, p. 147.
M. Garrard, Artemesia Gentileschi: The Image of the Female Hero in Italian Baroque Art, Princeton, 1989, pp. 89, 92-6, 509 n. 148, 510 n. 157, figs. 84-5.
R. Contini and G. Papi, eds., Artemisia, exhibition catalogue, Casa Buonarroti, Florence, 1991, pp. 66, 84, 165, fig. 50.
R. Ward Bissell, Artemisia Gentileschi and the Authority of Art, University Park, Pennsylvania, 1999, no. 27, pp. 239-41, 367 and 385, figs. 121-3, colour pl. XVIII, illustrated on front cover.
E. Cropper, 'Life on the Edge: Artemisia Gentileschi, Famous Women Painters' in the exhibition catalogue Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi, eds. K. Christiansen and J.W. Mann, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and elsewhere, 2000-1, pp. 267-8.
London, Arcade Gallery, Cross-currents in Baroque Painting, 1943, cat. 14.
London, Arcade Gallery, Baroque Paintings, March 1948, no. 15.
London, The Royal Academy, Exhibition of Works by Holbein and other Masters of the 16th and 17th Centuries, 1950-1, cat. 368.
Los Angeles, County Museum of Art, and elsewhere, Women Artists, 1550-1950, December 1976-March 1977, no. 14, p. 122.
New York, Wildenstein, Women in Art, September 1995-January 1996, no. 2.
Rome, Museo del Palazzo di Venezia, Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi: Father and Daughter Painters in Baroque Italy, October 2001-January 2002, also travelled to New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, February -May 2002 and The Saint Louis Art Museum, June-September 2002, no. 75, pp. 400-2, illustrated.