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Jean George, “Églises Détruites,” Bulletin de la Société Archéologique et Historique de la Charente (1929), p. 23.
Jean George, Les Églises de France, Charente (Paris: Librairie Letouzey et Ané, 1933), p. 251.
Art News, “New Life to the Middle Ages: Chicago’s Recent Purchases,” Art News 44, 1 (1945), p. 22.
Meyric R. Rogers and Oswald Goetz, Handbook to the Lucy Maud Buckingham Medieval Collection (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1945), p. 61, no. 1, pl. 7.
“Recent Acquisitions of Ancient and Medieval Art,” Bulletin of the Detroit Institute of Arts 31, 3 and 4 (1951-1952), pp. 73-74.
Walter Cahn, “Romanesque Sculpture in American Collections. VIII. The Detroit Institute of Arts,” Gesta 10 (1971), p. 75.
Walter Cahn, “Romanesque Sculpture in American Collections. XIII. Chicago, Bloomington and St. Louis,” Gesta 13, 2 (1974), p. 45, no. 1, fig. 1.
Walter Cahn et al, Romanesque Sculpture in American Collections, II (Turnhout, 1999), pp. 136, 195, no. IX.1, ill.
Created for the Church of Saint-Constant, Charente, France, 1100/50, which was demolished in 1921 or 1922 [see George 1929] ; Dikran G. Kelekian, New York, by 1921 or 1922 [according to Bulletin of the Detroit Institute of Arts 1951-52]; sold for $5,500 to the Art Institute in 1944 [according to incoming receipt in Registrar’s file].
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