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Paul Cassirer and Hugo Helbing, Die Sammlung Richard von Kaufmann Berlin, vol. 3 (Berlin, 1917), no. 469, pl. 72.
Dorothy Odenheimer, “Medieval and Modern Treasures in Enamel,” Chicago Sun (October 18, 1942).
Meyric. R. Rogers and Oswald Goetz, Handbook to the Lucy Maud Buckingham Medieval Collection, (Chicago, 1945), p. 66, no. 24.
William D. Wixom, Treasures of Medieval France (Cleveland, 1976) p. 96.
Nigel Morgan, “The Iconography of twelfth-century Mosan enamels,” in Rhein und Maas, Kunst und Kultur 800-1400, vol. 2 (Cologne, 1973), pp. 263-278, here p. 271, note 5.
Christina Nielsen, ed. Devotion and Splendor: Medieval Art at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 30,2 (2004), p. 32, no. 14.
New York, The Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration, Enamel: An Historic Survey to the Present Day, March 16, 1954 - June 21, 1954.
Art Institute of Chicago, Medieval Decorative Arts from Chicago Collections, October 2, 1985-January 5, 1986.
Richard von Kaufmann, Berlin, before 1917 [sold, Berlin, Paul Cassirer and Hugo Helbing, December 4, 1917, lot 468]. Harry Fuld (b. 1879 - d. 1932), Frankfurt; by descent to his widow, Lucie Mayer-Fuld (d. 1966), Frankfurt, Berlin, and New York, 1932-1942 [a New York address for Mr. Mayer-Fuld, 19 West 55th Street, is recorded in the Registrar’s incoming receipt, R. 7773, dated September 3, 1942, copy in curatorial file]; sold, through Raphael Stora, to the Art Institute, 1942.
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