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Aga-oglu, Mehmet. Bulletin of the DIA 13 (October 1931): no. 1.
The Art of Greater India. Exh. cat., Los Angeles County Museum. Los Angeles, March 1-April 16, 1950, no. 171, p. 111 (ill.).
Erdman, Kurt. Oriental Carpets. New York, 1960, p. 57, no. 70 p. 170.
Gans-Ruedin, E. Le Tapis des Indes. Paris, 1984, p. 70, [fragment of similar or same rug, Burrell Collection Glasgow Museum and Art Galleries; 60 knots per square cm., Persian knot.]
Sindermann, Franz. "A Group of Indian Carpet Fragments with Animal Grotesque Design on a Red Ground," Oriental Rug Review, vol. 15 (June/July 1995): pp. 21-27, [discusses 15 existing fragments from at least 2 rugs and reconstructs pattern] (ill. on cover).
Cohen, Steven J. “A fearful Symmetry: The Mughal Red-Ground 'Grotesque' Carpets.” In Silk and Stone: The Art of Asia. The Third Hali Annual. London, 1996, pp. 104-135; p. 109 (fig. 6).
Walker, Daniel. Flowers Underfoot: Indian Carpets of the Mughal Era. Exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 1997, pp. 33-37, [discusses "fantastic animal pattern" of 15 large and few smaller fragments, all from probably two carpets. DIA fragment]; p. 34 (fig. 21) (cat. no. 1a) [fragment from the Textile Museum Washington]; p. 35 (fig. 22); (fig. 23-25) [reconstruction of patterns].
Klose, Christine. "Fragments with Animal Grotesque Design," Ghereh, vol. 18 (winter 1998/99): (fig. 2, 3), pp. 8.9; (fig. 11), p. 18.