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Augusta S. Tavender, “Medieval English Alabasters in American Museums,” Speculum 30, 1 (1955), p. 70, no. 59.
Dorothy Gillerman, ed., Gothic Sculpture in America, vol. 2: The Museums of the Midwest (Turnhout, Belgium, 2001), pp. 7–8, no. 5, ill.
Francis Cheetham, Alabaster Images of Medieval England (Rochester, New York, 2003), pp. 109-110, no. 41.
St. Paul, Minnesota, St. Paul Art Center, Age of Belief: An Exhibition of Religious Art from the Harding Museum Collections, 1966–1967, cat. 43.
The Spanish Art Galleries, London [according to receipt from York Galleries, New York, copy in curatorial file]; York Galleries, New York, by January 7, 1931 [according to gallery receipt cited above]; sold to George F. Harding, Jr. (d. 1939), Chicago, 1931 [according to source cited above]; 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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