M. D. Ozinga. Daniel Marot: De Schepper van den Hollandschen Lodewijk XIV-Stijl. Amsterdam, 1938, p. 41, pl. 50A, describes the composition as by Van der Heyden or his workshop, adding that the best version is the one in the National Gallery, London.
H. E. van Gelder. Holland by Dutch Artists in Paintings, Drawings, Woodcuts, Engravings and Etchings. Amsterdam, 1959, p. 17, pl. 100, as in the Greenwich Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut.
Neil MacLaren. The Dutch School. London, 1960, p. 162, under no. 1914, mentions it as a larger version of the painting in London, which he dates to the late 1660s or early 1670s.
[Claus Virch]. Paintings in the Collection of Charles and Edith Neuman de Végvár. [New York], , pp. 9–10, adds to the provenance of the picture.
Helga Wagner. Jan van der Heyden, 1637–1712. Amsterdam, 1971, pp. 45, 97, no. 134, ill.
Peter C. Sutton. A Guide to Dutch Art in America. Grand Rapids, Mich., 1986, p. 191.
Neil MacLaren revised and expanded by Christopher Brown in The Dutch School, 1600–1900. 2nd ed. London, 1991, p. 173, under no. 1914.
Charles Dumas. Haagse Stadsgezichten, 1550–1800: Topografische Schilderijen van het Haags Historisch Museum. Zwolle, The Netherlands, 1991, p. 54 n. 96, pp. 326, 328 n. 23, fig. 7, dates it about 1670.
Thomas Ketelsen et al. Die niederländischen Gemälde, 1500–1800. Hamburg, 2001, p. 122, under no. 77, refers to it as an autograph replica of the version in London.
Vanessa Bezemer Sellers. Courtly Gardens in Holland, 1600–1650. Amsterdam, 2001, pp. 114–15, 229, 288 n. 62, p. 318 n. 48, fig. 96, colorpl. XIV, dates it about 1668.
Peter C. Sutton. Jan van der Heyden (1637–1712). Exh. cat., Bruce Museum. New Haven, 2006, pp. 51–52, 158–63, no. 22, ill. (color).
Walter Liedtke. Dutch Paintings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 2007, vol. 1, pp. ix, 335–40, no. 78, colorpl. 78, dates it and its pendant about 1668–70.