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Timothy Husband, Stained glass before 1700 in American collections, silver-stained roundels and unipartite panels : Corpus Vitrearum checklist IV (Washington, D.C., 1991), p. 76.
Virginia Chieffo Raguin et al, Stained Glass Before 1700 in the Collections of the Midwest States, Corpus Vitrearum, United States of America, part VIII (London, 2001), pp. 76–78, no. AIC I.
New York, Demotte, Inc., Exhibition of Stained Glass from the XIth to the XVIIIth Century, 1929, cat. 9.
Private collection, Nantes [according to copy of letter from Meredith Lillich to Lynn Springer Roberts, 19 May 1986, in curatorial file]. Demotte, Inc., New York, by 1929 [according to Demotte 1929 exh. cat.]. Aldo Jandolo, Rome and New York, by 1942 [according to Brummer index card N5332 in the Cloisters Library and Archives, New York]; sold to Joseph Brummer, Brummer Gallery, New York, 1942, until 1949 [according to same]; sold to the Art Institute, 1949.
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