Jeremy Strick in In the Light of Italy: Corot and Early Open-air Painting. Exh. cat., National Gallery of Art. Washington, 1996, p. 205, no. 77, ill. (color), dates it 1821–25; misidentifies the arch as that of Titus.
Vincent Pomarède in La donation Jacques Petithory au musée Bonnat, Bayonne: Objets d'art, sculptures, peintures, dessins. Ed. Pierre Rosenberg. Exh. cat.Paris, 1997, p. 130, (calls it "l'Arc de Titus et le Colisée"; locates it in a private collection).
Gary Tinterow. "Recent Acquisitions, A Selection: 2002–2003." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 61 (Fall 2003), pp. 5, 30–31, ill. (color), dates it about 1820.
Yukitaka Kohari in Plein-Air Painting in Europe, 1780–1850. Exh. cat., Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art. Shizuoka, 2004, p. 74, no. 28, ill. (color), dates it 1821/26; notes the recent identification of the arch as that of Constantine and states that the Arch of Titus had been dismantled during Rémond's stay in Rome.
John House. "Impressionism and the Open-Air Oil Sketch." Studying Nature: Oil Sketches from the Thaw Collection. Ed. Jennifer Tonkovich. New York, 2011, p. 98 n. 3.
Asher Ethan Miller. "The Path of Nature: French Paintings from the Wheelock Whitney Collection, 1785–1850." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 70 (Winter 2013), pp. 37–38, 47, fig. 45 (color).