About This Artwork

Alsatian or Southern German

The Hanging of Judas, c. 1520

Glass, paint, silver stain, lead
57.2 x 44.6 cm (22 1/2 x 17 9/16 in.)

Kate S. Buckingham Endowment, 1949.494

Exhibition, Publication and Ownership Histories

Publication History

Oswald Goetz, "'Hie hencktt Judas'," in Form und Inhalt, Kunstgeschichtliche Studien Otto Schmitt zum 60. Geburtstag, ed. Hans Wentzel (Stuttgart, 1950), pp. 105-137, fig. 1.

Art Institute of Chicago Bulletin 44, 4 (1950), n.p., ill.

C. J. Bulliet, "Art in Chicago," Art Digest 25, 6 (15 December 1950), p. 15.

Lee R. Sullivan, "The Hanging of Judas: Medieval Iconography and the German Peasants' War," Essays in Medieval Studies 15 (1998), pp. 93-102, fig. 1.

Virginia Chieffo Raguin and Helen Jackson Zakin, Corpus Vitrearum, United States of America, part VIII, Stained Glass before 1700 in the Collections of the Midwest States, (London, 2001), pp. 86-90, no. AIC 5, ill. p. 87.

Ownership History

John Christopher Hampp, Norwich, c. 1808 [according to letter of January 23, 1951 from Roy G. Thomas to Oswald Goetz in curatorial file]; sold by him to an ancestor of Sir Thomas Neave, 5th Bart., Dagnam Park, Essex [according to letter cited above]; acquired from Sir Thomas Neave (died 1940) by Roy Grosvenor Thomas [according to letter cited above, see also R. Grosvenor Thomas Stock Book, I, pp. 102-103, N-29]; sold R. G. Thomas and Co, London to the museum [according to incoming receipt in Registrar's file.

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