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Oil on canvas
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Love
American Art before 1950
Signed and dated, lower right: THovenden 1880 [TH as monogram]
Label, on back: Peabody Institute presentation
Robert Charles Hall.
1924, Gift of his daughter, Elizabeth Hall, and her sister, to the Peabody Institute (Baltimore, Maryland, USA).
1964, Kennedy Galleries (New York, New York, USA)
1964-1972, Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Love
1972-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Bulletin of the DIA, 55, 2 (1977): pp. 102-104 (ill.).
Jacobs, M. The Good and Simple Life: Artist Colonies in Europe and America. Oxford, 1985, p. 57 (fig. 44) [as In Hoc Signo Vinces]
Thomas Hovenden, Hoc Signo Vinces, 1880, oil on canvas. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Love, 72.249.
Enoch Wood and Sons
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
Ward and Cox