Artist circle of Felix Lindtmayer the Younger, Swiss, died 1574
  • Heraldic Panel of Immenhuser and Vilhalmin
Date 1559
Medium Stained glass: pot metal; white glass with silver stain
Dimensions Overall: 15 1/2 × 11 1/2 inches (39.4 × 29.2 cm)
Credit Line Gift of George G. Booth
Accession Number 23.6
Department European Sculpture and Dec Arts
On View European: Medieval and Renaissance W232, Level 2 (see map)
Inscriptions Inscribed, under the figure on the left: Hans Imen | Huser von | Stan 1559
Inscribed, under the figure on the right: Madlena | Wilhälmin(e) | von vostry
Lord Sudeley (Toddington Castle, Gloucestershire, England);
October 4, 1911, sold by (Galerie Helbing, Munich, Germany) lot 157;
until 1922, (Theodore Fischer, Lucerne, Switzerland);
until 1923, George G. Booth (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA);
1923-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Lehmann, H. Die ehemalige Sammlung schweizerischer Glasmalereien in Toddington Castle, England. Munich, 1911, p. 107, no. 157.

Burroughs, Clyde. "Stained Glass Presented by Mr. George G. Booth." Bulletin of the DIA 4, no. 7 (April 1923): p. 59.

Stained Glass Before 1700 in American Collections: Mid-western and Western States (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist III). Studies in the History of Art, vol. 28. Washington, DC, 1989, p. 166, p. 167 (ill.).

Raguin, V. and H. Zakin. Stained Glass Before 1700 in the collections of the Midwest States (Corpus Vitrearum United States of America 7), vol I, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan. London, 2001, pp. 264-266, no. DIA 47 (ill.).