Contessa Giulia Seghizzi Coccapani, Marchesa di Spezzano e di Fiorano, Modena, by 1872.
Pietro Foresti (1854-1926), Palazzo Foresti, Carpi.
Benigno Cristoforo Crespi (1833-1920), Milan, by 1907; his sale, Galerie George S. Petit, Paris, 4 June 1914, lot 22, where acquired by
James Stillman (1850-1918), New York, and by descent to
Charles Chauncey Stillman (1877-1926), New York; (†), his sale, American Art Association, New York, 3 February 1927, lot 30 ($21,000), where acquired by
Elizabeth G. Stillman (d. 1956), New York, and by inheritance by 1957 to
Chauncey Devereux Stillman (1907-1989), New York.
Property from the Collection of Chauncey D. Stillman sold to benefit the Wethersfield Foundation
E.G. Gardner, The Painters of the School of Ferrara, London, 1901, p. 216.
M. Bryan, Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, G.C. Williamson, ed., IV, New York, 1903, p. 184.
B. Berenson, North Italian Painters of the Renaissance, New York, 1907, p. 222.
G.C. Williamson, Francesco Raibolini called Francia, London, 1907, p. 152.
G. Lipparini, Francesco Francia, Bergamo, 1913, pp. 71-2.
J.A. Crowe and G.B. Cavalcaselle, A History of Painting in North Italy, II, London, 1912, p. 285.
E. Negro and N. Roio, Francesco Francia e la Sua Scuola, Modena, 1998, pp. 157-158, no. 28.
Modena, Accademia di Belle Arti, 2° Centenario di Ludovico Antonio Muratori, 20-21 October 1872, no. 44.
New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, on loan, from 1921-1926.