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Founders Society Purchase, William H. Murphy and Laura H. Murphy Funds
European Sculpture and Dec Arts
In 1939, (F.W. Steinmeyer, The Lucerne Fine Art Company, Lucerne, Switzerland)
1939-present, purchased by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Le Siècle des Primitifs Flamands. Exh. cat., l’Administration Communale de Bruges and the Detroit Institute of Arts. Bruges, 1960, p. 203, cat. 99 (ill.).
Flemish, The Fall of the Rebellious Angels, second half of the15th century, oak. Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase, William H. Murphy and Laura H. Murphy Funds, 39.664.