Possibly Marchesi Carron di San Tommaso (Castello Sommariva Perno, Piedmont, Italy), possibly to Vittorio Emanuele II.
- possibly by 1870
Possibly Vittorio Emanuele II, Italian, 1820 - 1878 (Castello Sommariva Perno, Piedmont, Italy), possibly given to Giovanni Antonio Luigi Cibrario, by 1870.
Source: Picture is said to have belonged to Vittorio Emanuele II, but there is no record of it in earlier inventories. See Frederickson catalogue entry (paintings file).
Possibly Count Giovanni Antonio Luigi Cibrario, 1802 - 1870 (Turin, Italy), by inheritance to his son, Ippolito Cibrario, 1870.
1870 - 1917
Count Ippolito Cibrario, died 1917 (Turin, Italy)
by 1924 - still in 1930
Private Collection (possibly Alessandro Contini-Bonacossi) (Rome, Italy)
by 1937 - 1955
Count Alessandro Contini-Bonacossi, Italian, 1878 - 1955 (Florence, Italy; Rome, Italy), by inheritance within the Contini-Boncossi family, 1955.
1955 - 1974
Contini-Bonacossi Family (Florence, Italy; Rome, Italy), sold through Stanley Moss (Riverdale-on-Hudson, New York) to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1974.