Coat of Arms, 16th Century

  • English

Stained glass: white glass with silver stain and enamel

  • Framed: Overall: 22 15/16 × 15 3/8 inches (58.2 × 39.1 cm) Installed with 58.119 and 58.140: 30 7/8 × 61 7/8 × 1 inches (78.4 × 157.1 × 2.5 cm)

Gift of K. T. Keller

58.139

Provenance

Until 1620, Chetwode Family, Warkworth (Northamtonshire, England); 1620, Warkworth purchased by Philip Holman, esq. (Northamptonshire, England); 1620-October 1740, by descent to William Holman [d. 1740]; October 1740-April 1746, by descent to sister Mary Eyre and nephew William Mathias, 3rd Earl of Stafford as co-heirs of estate; April 1746, Warkworth purchased from William Mathias by Mary and Thomas Eyre of Hassop, Derbyshire (Northamtonshire, England); 1746-1804, by descent to Francis Radclyffe-Livingston-Eyre [1782-1827]; 1805, relocated by Radclyffe-Livingston-Eyre to Hassop Hall (Derbyshire, England); Until at least 1910, by descent through the Radclyffe-Livingston-Eyre family. Until 1913, (Grosvenor Thomas [1856-1923], London, England); until 1951, purchased by William Randolph Hearst [1863-1951] (New York, New York, USA); 1951, bequeathed to the William Randolph Hearst Foundation (New York, New York, USA); 1958-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)

Published References

Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collection: Mid-Western and Western States (Corpus Vitrearum Check-List III). In Studies in the History of Art, vol. 28. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1989, p. 168 (ill. A) [with bibliography]. Shaw, A. P. “The Heradic Stained Glass at Hassop Hall, co. Derby. Part I,” Journal Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 31 (1909): pp. 194-213. Shaw, A. P. “The Heradic Stained Glass at Hassop Hall, co. Derby. Part II,” Journal Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 32 (1910): pp. 182-208. Raguin, Virginia C. and Helen J. Zakin. Corpus Vitrearum United States of America Part VII: Stained Glass before 1700 in the Collections of the Midwest States, vol. 1. London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2001, pp. 261-263 [for further bibliography p. 262].

Rights Status

English, Coat of Arms, 16th Century, Stained glass: White glass with silver stain and enamel. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of K. T. Keller, 58.139.