Oswald Goetz, “‘Hie hencktt Judas’,” in Form und Inhalt, Kunstgeschichtliche Studien Otto Schmitt zum 60. Geburtstag, ed. Hans Wentzel (Stuttgart, 1950), pp. 105-137, fig. 1.
Art Institute of Chicago Bulletin 44, 4 (1950), n.p., ill.
C. J. Bulliet, “Art in Chicago,” Art Digest 25, 6 (15 December 1950), p. 15.
Lee R. Sullivan, “The Hanging of Judas: Medieval Iconography and the German Peasants’ War,” Essays in Medieval Studies 15 (1998), pp. 93-102, fig. 1.
Virginia Chieffo Raguin and Helen Jackson Zakin, Corpus Vitrearum, United States of America, part VIII, Stained Glass before 1700 in the Collections of the Midwest States, (London, 2001), pp. 86-90, no. AIC 5, ill. p. 87.
John Christopher Hampp, Norwich, c. 1808 [according to letter of January 23, 1951 from Roy G. Thomas to Oswald Goetz in curatorial file]; sold by him to an ancestor of Sir Thomas Neave, 5th Bart., Dagnam Park, Essex [according to letter cited above]; acquired from Sir Thomas Neave (died 1940) by Roy Grosvenor Thomas [according to letter cited above, see also R. Grosvenor Thomas Stock Book, I, pp. 102-103, N-29]; sold R. G. Thomas and Co, London to the museum [according to incoming receipt in Registrar’s file.
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