Artist Spanish
  • Corpus of Christ
Date 13th century
Medium wood with polychrome decoration and traces of gilding
Dimensions Overall: 94 × 66 × 11 inches (238.8 × 167.6 × 27.9 cm)
Credit Line Gift of Mrs. Charles W.F. Haass in memory of her son, Dr. Ernest Haass
Accession Number 28.3
Department European Sculpture and Dec Arts
On View European: Medieval and Renaissance W242, Level 2 (see map)
possibly (Siguenza, Italy);
(M. & R. Stora, Paris, France).
Mrs. Charles W.F. Haass;
1928-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Bulletin of the DIA 9, no. 5 (1927/28): p. 57 (ill.).

"Annual Report of the Arts Commission for the Year 1927." Bulletin of the DIA 9, no.5 (1927/28): p. 57 (ill.).

Exposition d'Art ancien espagnol. Exh. cat., Jean Charpentier Galerie. Paris, 1925, no. 136.

Wirth, Karl-August. Die Entstehung des Drei-Nagel-Crucifixus, seine typengeschichtliche Entwicklung bis zur Mitte des 13. Jahrhunderts in Frankreich und Deutschland, Dissertation, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet. Frankfurt, 1953, p. 49.

JMann, J. "A Monumental Catalan Crucifix." Bulletin of the DIA 71, no. 1/2 (1997): pp. 48-56.

Gillerman, Dorothy. Gothic Sculpture in America. Vol. II. The Museums of the Midwest. Turnhout, 2001, p. 172, no. 130.