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Meyric R. Rogers and Oswald Goetz, Handbook to the Lucy Maud Buckingham Medieval Collection (Chicago, 1945), p. 61, no. 2.
An American Correspondent, “Medieval Sculpture in the Buckingham Collection,” Connoisseur 120, 505 (1947), pp. 51–53, fig. 6.
Walter Cahn, Romanesque Sculpture in American Collections: New York and New Jersey, Middle and South Atlantic States, the Midwest, Western and Pacific States 2, Publications of the International Center of Medieval Art 3 (Turnhout, Belgium, 2001), p. 199, no. 6.
The Art Institute of Chicago, Devotion and Splendor: Medieval Art at the Art Institute of Chicago, September 25, 2004-January 3, 2005, cat. 16.
Gabriel Dereppe, New York and Paris, 1944 [Brummer index card N5935 in the Cloisters Library and Archives, New York]; sold to Joseph Brummer, New York, 29 March 1944 [see source cited above]; sold for $4,000 to the Art Institute, 1944 [according to incoming receipt in Registrar’s file].
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