by 1624 - by 1763
San Paolo fuori le mura (Rome, Italy), commissioned from the artist for the Cappella del Sacramento; moved to sacristy by 1659, still there in 1676, later moved to refectory; transferred to the Convento di San Callisto by 1763.
by 1763 -
Convento di San Callisto (Rome, Italy)
about 1803/1806 - 1839
Cardinal Joseph Fesch, 1763 - 1839 (Paris, France; Rome, Italy), upon his death, held in trust by the estate.
1839 - 1845
Estate of Cardinal Joseph Fesch, 1763 - 1839 [sold, Fesch sale, George, Roma, March 17, 1845, lot 589, to Alessandro Aducci.]
Alessandro Aducci (Rome, Italy)
- about 1860/1861
Col. Thomas Wildman (Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire, England), sold contents of entire estate to William Webb, about 1860/1861.
about 1860/1861 - still in 1882
William Frederick Webb (Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire, England), by inheritance to his daughter, Mrs. Charles Chermside.
Mrs. Charles Chermside, by inheritance to her husband, Maj.-Gen. Sir Herbert Charles Chermside.
Mrs. Herbert Charles Chermside, by inheritance to her nephew, Richard Gatty, possibly by 1960.
by 1904 - still in 1929
Maj.-Gen. Sir Herbert Charles Chermside (Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire, England; Pepper Arden, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, England), possibly by inheritance to his second wife, Mrs. Herbert Charles Chermside.
possibly by 1960 - 1971
Capt. Richard Gatty (Pepper Arden Hall, North Hallerton, North Yorkshire, England) [sold, Gatty sale, Sotheby's, London, May 12, 1971, lot 14, to Colnaghi.]
1971 - 1976
Colnaghi (London, England; New York, New York), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1976.