HR (in the tooling to the left of the Virgin's head), C(rev)V(in the tooling to the right of the Virgin's head), --- and --- (to the left of the Child's halo) IC XR
63.5 × 92.7 cm (25 × 36 1/2 in.)
Restricted gift of Denison B. Hull
Extended information about this artwork
August L. Mayer, “Die Sammlung F.H. in München,” Pantheon 5 (1930): 263, ill.
Edward B. Garrison. Italian Romanesque Panel Painting, Florence, 1949, no. 302, ill.
Dorothy C. Shorr. The Christ Child in Devotional Images in Italy during the XIV Century, New York, 1954, p. 48, ill.
Rodolfo Pallucchini. La Pittura Veneziana del Trecento, Venice, 1964, pp. 70-71, fig. 238.
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Julius Böhler, Munich; sold by Böhler to Franz Haniel in 1918 [according to letter of May 22, 2000 from Joachim Temme of Herbert M. Ritter, Kunsthandel, Munich, to Larry Feinberg in curatorial file.]; Franz Haniel, Munich (died 1965); hiers of Franz Haniel; offered for sale through his brother-in-law, Herbert M. Ritter, Munich, at Christie’s, London, July 1, 1966, no. 49 (ill.). [according to letter from Joachim Temme of Herbert M. Ritter, cited above]; bought in and offered for sale again at Christie’s, London, November 24, 1967, no. 72 (ill.); sold probably to Julius Weitzner, London. [implied by a letter of May 13, 1968, from Weitzner to John Maxon, in curatorial files.]; sold by Weitzner to the Art Institute, 1968.
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