Lacombe, Paris, until 1909, when sold to the following.
with Kleinberger, New York and Paris, 1909-1910, as the Master of the Legend of St. Lucia, from whom acquired by
George D. Pratt (d. 1935), Glen Cove, N.Y., as the Master of St. Lucy, and by inheritance to his widow
Vera Amherst Hale Pratt, 1935-44).
Acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art by bequest from George D. Pratt in 1935.
PROPERTY FROM THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE EUROPEAN PAINTINGS ACQUISITIONS FUND
A. Priest, 'Loans from the Collection of George D. Pratt', Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, XXXV, December 1940, p. 237, as Circle of the Master of the Saint Ursula Legend.
H.B. Wehle and M. Salinger, The Metropolitan Museum of Art: A Catalogue of Early Flemish, Dutch and German Paintings, New York, 1947, p. 77.
E. Larsen, Les primitifs flamands au Musée Metropolitain de New York, Utrecht, 1960, p. 77.
R.H. Wilenski. Flemish Painters, 1430-1830, New York, 1960, I, pp. 40-42, 44, 46, 52; II, pl. 109.
M.W. Ainsworth and K. Christiansen, From Van Eyck to Bruegel: Early Netherlandish Painting in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, exhibition catalogue, New York, 1998, p. 405.