- 1913, Paris, commandé par Ambroise Vollard (1867-1939)
- 1956, New York, Fine Arts Associates
- 1956, 12 avril, vendu par Fine Arts Associates au MFA pour $4,000, William Francis Warden Fund
- Museum's website, 29 February 2012 and 21 March 2012
- 1997 Brettell
Dr. Richard R. Brettell, Masterpieces from the Museu de arte de Sao Paulo, Memphis, The Dixon Gallery and Garden, March 23-September 9, 1997, p. 1, repr.
- 2007 Kear
John Kear, Treasures of the Impressionists, London, Carlton Books, 2007, repr.
- n. d. New York
Renoir, Degas: Sculptures Drawings, New York, Charles E. Slatkin Galleries, p. 9, repr.
- 2008-2009 Nagoya/Sydney/Wellington
The World of Claude Monet, Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts, April 26-September 28, 2008; Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, October 17, 2008-January 26, 2009; Wellington, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa, February 19-May 17, 2009
Oeuvres en rapport
Bronze, 1916, Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo.
Museum's file, Department Art of Europe, 1956:
This sculpture was executed in wax in Renoir's studio by a young artist named Guino, working under the direction of seventy-two-year-old Renoir, who was crippled with arthritis. Here, Renoir returned to the classical story of the judgment of Paris, which had been the subject of several of his paintings about 1908. He shows Venus triumphant, having been chosen by Paris over her rivals, Minerva and Juno. On the base, the Judgement of Paris is depicted in relief. The sculpture was commissionned by Renoir's dealer Vollard, and the foundry of Valsuani produced an edition of six casts.