Artist German
Title
  • Quatrefoil Roundel with Boar-Hunting Scenes
Date between 1475 and 1485
Medium Pot metal; white glass with silver stain
Dimensions Overall (including leaded framework): 5/8 × 11 1/4 inches (1.6 × 28.6 cm)
Credit Line Founders Society Purchase, Octavia W. Bates Fund
Accession Number 36.98
Department European Sculpture and Dec Arts
On View Decorative Arts S350, Level 3 (see map)
Sir C. Hercules Read (London, England);
November 5-9, 1928, sold by (Sotheby and Co., London, England) lot 707;
William Walters (Baltimore, Maryland, USA);
January 11-13, 1934, sold by (American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, New York, New York, USA) lot 288;
(Thomas and Drake, New York, New York, USA);
1936-present, purchase by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Gothic and Renaissance Art in Nuremberg 1300-1550. Exh. cat., Metropolitan Museum of Art and Germanisches Nationalmuseum. New York and Nuremberg, 1986, no. 65, p. 206 (ill.).

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. 160 (ill.).

Schmid, W. "Johann Rinck II and a Late Gothic Stained Glass Medallion with Boar-Hunting Scenes." Bulletin of the DIA 67, no. 1 (1992): pp. 38-47, p. 38 (ill.).

Schmid, W. Stifter und Auftraggeber im spätmittelalterlichen Köln. Cologne, 1994, pp. 179-82; pl. 36 (ill.).

Lust und Verlust. Kolner Sammler Zwischen Trikolor und Preussenadler. Exh. cat., Wallraf-Richartz Museum. Cologne, 1995, pp. 22-23 (ill.), cat. no. 10.

Raguin, V.C. "Three German Saints and a Taste for German Expressionism: Valentiner at the Detroit Institute of Arts." Gesta 37, no. 2 (1998): p. 244.

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. 187-191.