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)
Source: Titi, 1763.
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 Frederick 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, Major General Sir Herbert Charles Chermside.
by 1904 - still in 1929
Major General 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.
Mrs. Herbert Charles Chermside, by inheritance to her nephew, Richard Gatty, possibly by 1960.
possibly by 1960 - 1971
Captain Richard Gatty (Pepper Arden Hall, North Hallerton, North Yorkshire, England) [sold, Gatty sale, Sotheby's, London, May 12, 1971, lot 14, to Colnaghi.]
Note: as Jusepe de Ribera, "A Hermit Saint being offered bread by a peasant"
1971 - 1976
Colnaghi (London, England; New York, New York), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1976.