Possibly Galgano Saracini, Italian, 1752 - 1824 (Siena, Italy), probably by inheritance to his son, Alessandro Giulio Saracini.
Possibly Alessandro Giulio Saracini, Italian, 1807 - 1877 (Siena, Italy), probably by inheritance to his nephew, Fabio di Carlo Corradino Chigi.
Possibly Fabio di Carlo Corradino Chigi, Italian, 1849 - 1906 (Siena, Italy), probably by inheritance to his son, Guido Chigi-Saracini.
Possibly Guido Chigi-Saracini, Italian, 1880 - 1965 (Siena, Italy), sold to Luigi Grassi I, by 1923.
Luigi Grassi I, Italian, 1858 - 1937 (Florence, Italy), sold to Wildenstein and Company and André Seligmann.
Wildenstein & Company (Paris, France; New York, New York)
and André Seligmann, French, died 1945 (Paris, France)
- by 1931
Possibly Achillito Chiesa, Argentinian, 1881 - 1951 (Milan, Italy), probably sold to William Randolph Hearst, by 1931.
Source: Art Objects and Furnishings (1941), p. 12, no. 1444-1413. Does not appear in any of the Chiesa sales.
by 1931 - 1941
William Randolph Hearst, American, 1863 - 1951 (Los Angeles, California; New York, New York) [sold, Hearst sale, Gimbel Brothers, New York, May 1, 1941, to Nicolas de Koenigsberg.]
1941 - 1945
Nicholas de Koenigsberg, La Passe, Ltd., born 1882 (New York, New York; Buenos Aires, Argentina), probably by inheritance to his wife, Paula Ch. de Koeningsberg, 1945.
1945 - 1970
Paula Ch. de Koenigsberg (New York, New York; Buenos Aires, Argentina), probably sold to Luigi Grassi II, 1970.
1970 - 1973
Luigi Grassi II (Florence, Italy), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1973.