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Augusta S. Tavender, “Medieval English Alabasters in American Museums,” Speculum 30, 1 (1955), p. 70, no. 58.
Dorothy Gillerman, ed., Gothic Sculpture in America, vol. 2: The Museums of the Midwest (Turnhout, Belgium, 2001), pp. 6–7, no. 4, ill.
Francis Cheetham, Alabaster Images of Medieval England (Rochester, N.Y., 2003), p. 134, no. 12.
St. Paul, Minnesota, St. Paul Art Center, Age of Belief: An Exhibition of Religious Art from the Harding Museum Collections, 1966–1967, cat. 42.
George F. Harding, Jr. (d. 1939), Chicago, by 1939; bequeathed to the George F. Harding Museum, Chicago, 1939; transferred to the Art Institute, 1982; accessioned by the Art Institute, 1990.
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