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Art Institute of Chicago, “The Year 1945,” Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago 40, 4 (April – May 1946), p. 22 (ill.).
Walter Cahn, “Romanesque Sculpture in American Collections. XIII. Chicago, Bloomington, and St. Louis,” Gesta 13, 2 (1974), p. 47, no. 3, fig. 5.
Walter Cahn et al, Romanesque Sculpture in American Collections, vol 2 (Turnhout, Belgium, 1999), p. 197.
Piero Tozzi, New York, by 1945 [according to Receipt #8414 in Registrar’s office]; sold to the Art Institute, 1945 [according to source cited above].
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