When the present pictures were sold in these rooms in 1966 (with a third fragment--The Sudarium of Saint Veronica), several other fragments were known, four of them in English private collections. All of the known fragments were later added to the corpus of The Master of the Fiesole Epiphany, published by Everett Fahy in 2001 (op. cit., Appendix). The other fragments were listed as London, Private collection (in 1998): The Mourning Virgin; The Mocking Christ, and Saint Peter, New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery, 1959.15.9: Bust of Christ, and Saint-Germain-en-Laye (Yvelines), Alphonse Kahn in 1941: Pilate Washing His Hands; The Kiss of Judas,
Other works by the Master are in Lille (Musée des beaux-arts), London (Courtauld Gallery, Gambier-Parry Collection) and Vienna (Kunsthistorisches Museum), as well as in other museums and private collections in Europe and America.
When the panel was intact, the present pictures were adjacent, Saint John placed below the Servant.