"An Echo of Imperial Spain." Bulletin of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts 34 (February 3, 1945), pp. 16, 21, ill. p. 19 and cover (detail), attributes this portrait to Sánchez Coello; observes in it the "restrained and scrupulous technique" of Anthonis Mor, adding that in the head "there is a delicate and appealing quality which marks Sanchez Coello's best works"; suggests the sitter is a member of the court of Philip II.
Juan Antonio Gaya Nuño. La pintura española fuera de España. Madrid, 1958, p. 300, no. 2605, lists it with the works of Sánchez Coello.
Maria Kusche. Letter to Dulce Roman. March 29, 1997, attributes this portrait without hesitation to Rolam del Mois [Roland de Mois or Rolán Moys, born about 1520, died 1592], an artist of Flemish origin who was painter to the Aragonese Dukes of Villahermosa in Saragossa
Maria Kusche. Retratos y retratadores: Alonso Sánchez Coello y sus competidores, Sofonisba Anguissola, Jorge de la Rúa y Rolán Moys. Madrid, 2003, pp. 120, 570, ill. cover (color detail) and fig. 88 (color), attributes this portrait to Rolán Moys and dates it to the late 1570s; identifies the sitter as a member of the Pernstein or Aragón family; describes the rose and reddish tonalities as characteristic of Moys' art.
Old Master & British Paintings. Sotheby's, London. December 10, 2009, p. 25, under no. 121, as "Portrait of a Noblewoman of the Pernstein or Aragon Families".