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Art Institute of Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago Annual Report 1966–67 (Chicago, 1967), pp. 32, 33 (ill.).
Allen Wardwell, “A French Gothic Virgin of the Annunciation,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 4 (1969), pp. 7–13, figs. 1–3.
Dorothy Gillerman, ed., Gothic Sculpture in America, vol. 2: Museums of the Midwest (Turnhout, 2001), pp. 12–13, no. 8, ill.
Paul Williamson and Norbert Jopek, review of Gothic Sculpture in America, vol. 2: Museums of the Midwest in Burlington Magazine 145 (2003), p. 726.
Édouard Aynard Lyon (d. 1913), before 1913 [see Wardwell 1969 and Gillerman 2001, p. 12]. Sold, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, 2-4 March 1913, lot 237. Edward R. Lubin, New York, before 1967 [according to copy of department catalogue card in curatorial file; see also Gillerman 2001, p. 12]; sold to the Art Institute, 1967.
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