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“Painted Glass Panel from the Monell Sale Shown in Chicago,” Art News 29/24 (March, 14, 1931), p. 31.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Report for the Year 1931,” Art Insitute of Chicago Bulletin 26, 2 (February 1932), pt. 2, pp. 20 and 39.
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. 114-116, no. AIC 15.
Françoise Gatouillat, “La grande verriere occidental de Saint-Merry de Paris et ses auteurs: un cartonnier néerlandais au service d’ateliers parisiens,” Revue de l’art, 147 (2005-1), pp. 69-78, here esp. p. 72, fig. 5.
Martha Wolff et al., Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France (New Haven and London, 2011). pp. 149, ill.
Art Institute of Chicago, The Antiquarian Society, The First 100 Years, April 23-June 19, 1977.
Paris, Galeries nationales, Grand Palais, France 1500: entre Moyen Age et Renaissance, 2010–11, no. 182.
Art Institute of Chicago, Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France, 2011, no. 76.
Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington, Lord Carrington, later 1st Marquess of Lincolnshire (died 1928), Wycombe Abbey, Buckingham, England, before 1909 [according to note in curatorial file]. Jacques Seligmann, Paris and New York, 1909 [according to note in curatorial file]. Colonel Ambrose Monell, by 1930; his sale, American Art Association sale, New York, November 28, 1930, no. 50; purchased by the Art Institute.
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