Dr. Fritz Rothmann, Berlin, by 1928.
with Vitale Bloch, Zantpoort and Berlin.
Count Alessandro Contini-Bonacossi, Florence.
Senator and Mrs. Simon Guggenheim, New York, by 1933 and by whom gifted to the
Denver Art Museum, 1955.
Items Sold to Benefit the Denver Art Museum Acquisitions Fund
A. Briganti, 'Un'opera inedita di Filippino Lippi', in Miscellanea di storia dell'arte in onore di Igino Benvenuto Supino, Florence, 1933, pp. 481-482.
A. Scharf, Filippino Lippi, Vienna, 1935, pp. 57, 107, no. 27b. A. Scharf, Filippino Lippi, Vienna, 1950, pp. 33, 35, under no. 97.
L. Berti and U. Baldini, Filippino Lippi, Florence, 1957, p. 98, no. 11.
B. Berenson, Italian Pictures of the Renaissance. Florentine School, London, 1963, I, p. 108.
J. Nelson, The Later Works of Filippino Lippi from his Roman Sojourn to his Death (c.1489-1504), PhD diss., Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 1992, p. 312.
P. Zambrano and J. Katz Nelson, Filippino Lippi, Milan, 2004,
p. 599, no. 55.2, fig. 55.2, as 'by Filippino or a close collaborator'.
New York, World's Fair, Masterpieces of Art, New York, May - October 1939, no. 217 (note by W.R. Valentiner).