Federico Zeri. Letter to Everett Fahy. August 28, 1971, attributes it to Cerquozzi, possibly with the assistance of Angeluccio.
Thomas Kren. "Jan Miel (1599–1664), a Flemish Painter in Rome." PhD diss., Yale University, 1978, vol. 1, pp. 87–90, 93–94; vol. 2, pp. 96–98, no. A78; vol. 3, pls. LXXIV–LXXIVa (overall and detail), attributes the figures to Miel and the landscape to Dughet; dates it approximately between 1642 and 1645.
Marcel Roethlisberger. Letter to Keith Christiansen. August 4, 1980, judging from a photograph, doubts the participation of Dughet, but suggests that the entire picture may be by Miel.
Walter Liedtke. "Toward a New Edition of Flemish Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art." Munuscula Amicorum: Contributions on Rubens and His Colleagues in Honour of Hans Vlieghe. Ed. Katlijne van der Stighelen. Vol. 2, Turnhout, Belgium, 2006, pp. 672, 677 n. 18, fig. 6.
Matteo Mazzalupi in Pittori ad Ancona nel Quattrocento. Ed. Andrea De Marchi and Matteo Mazzalupi. Milan, 2008, pp. 262, 272 n. 171, gives information on the Brancaccio family, and notes that the princess's Flemish landscapes were restored by the painter Vincenzo Podesti.