[J.E. Taylor and Henry Vaughan], Exhibition Illustrative of Turner’s Liber Studiorum, Containing Choice Impressions of the First States, Etchings, Touched Proofs, together with the Unpublished Plates, and a Few Original Drawings for the Work, exhibition catalogue, Burlington Fine Arts Club, London 1872, pp.48, .
W[illiam] G[eorge] Rawlinson, Turner’s Liber Studiorum, A Description and a Catalogue, London 1878, p.153 under no.78, ‘Swiss Bridge, Mont St. Gothard. (Also called “Via Mala.”)’.
E.T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn eds., Library Edition: The Works of John Ruskin: Volume VII: Modern Painters: Volume V, London 1903, p.437 note.
Ibid., Volume V: Modern Painters: Volume III, London 1904, p.296.
Ibid., Volume XXI: The Ruskin Art Collection at Oxford: Catalogues, Notes, and Instructions, London 1906, p.225 (‘Catalogue of the Rudimentary Series’ in Instructions in Practice of Elementary Drawing ...).
W[illiam] G[eorge] Rawlinson, Turner’s Liber Studiorum, A Description and a Catalogue. Second Edition, Revised Throughout, London 1906, p.179 under no.78, ‘Swiss Bridge, Mont St. Gothard. (Also known as “Via Mala.”)’.
Edward F. Strange, The Etched and Engraved Work of Frank Short, A.R.A., R.E., London 1908, p.58.
Liber Studiorum: J.M.W. Turner: Miniature Edition Containing Reproductions (I.) from First Published State of the Seventy-One Published Plates, and (II.) of the Original Drawings for, or Engraver’s Proofs of, All the Unpublished Plates as the Artist Left Them, London and Glasgow 1911, reproduced p.93 no.78.
Untitled typescript list of works relating to 1921 and 1922 Liber Studiorum exhibitions, [circa 1921], Tate exhibition files, Tate Archive TG 92/9/2, p.4.
Exhibition of the Liber Studiorum by Turner: Drawings, Etchings, and First State Mezzotint Engravings with Some Additional Engravers’ Proofs and 51 of the Original Copperplates, exhibition catalogue, National Gallery, Millbank, [Tate Gallery], London 1921, p.2, as ‘Swiss Bridge’.
Alexander J. Finberg, The History of Turner’s Liber Studiorum with a New Catalogue Raisonné, London 1924, reproduced p., p.313 under no.78, ‘Via Mala: Called also Swiss Bridge, and Devil’s Bridge, Mont St. Gothard.’.
Martin Hardie, The Liber Studiorum Mezzotints of Sir Frank Short, R.A., P.R.E. after J.M.W. Turner, R.A. Catalogue & Introduction, London 1938, p.58.
John Russell and Andrew Wilton, Turner in Switzerland, Zurich 1976, p.137 no.55, as ‘The Devil’s Bridge (mistakenly known as “The Via Mala”)’.
Andrew Wilton, J.M.W. Turner: His Life and Work, Fribourg 1979, reproduced p.89 pl.84.
Gillian Forrester, Turner’s ‘Drawing Book’: The Liber Studiorum, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1996, p.67, reproduced p.81 pl.2 colour, p.141 no.78, reproduced, pp.162, 163.