about 1420 -
Church of San Francesco (Fabriano, Italy), commissioned from the artist, about 1420; transferred to the Congregation of the Fathers of the Oratory of San Filippo Neri.
Congregation of the Fathers of the Oratory of San Filippo Neri (Fabriano, Italy), transferred to the seminary in Fabriano, by 1827.
by 1827 -
Seminary (Fabriano, Italy)
Source: 1827 manuscript by Vincenzo Liberati, cited in Bruno Molajoli, Gentile da Fabriano (Fabriano: Edizione "Gentile," 1927), p. 112n2.
Nocchi (Florence, Italy), sold to John Sanford, 1835.
Source: Account book/diary of Rev. Sanford, Barber Institute, Birmingham, cited in Keith Christiansen, "The Coronation of the Virgin by Gentile da Fabriano." The J. Paul Getty Museum Journal 6-7 (1978-1979), p. 10, app. 1.
1835 - 1855
Rev. John Sanford, 1775 - 1855 (London; England; Nynehead Court, Somerset, England; Florence, Italy), by inheritance to his son-in-law, Frederick Henry Paul Methuen, 1855.
1855 - 1891
Frederick Henry Paul Methuen, second baron Methuen, 1818 - 1891 (Corsham Court, Wiltshire, England), by inheritance to Paul Sanford Methuen, 1891.
1891 - 1899
Paul Sanford Methuen, third baron Methuen, 1845 - 1932 (Corsham Court, Wiltshire, England) [sold, Methuen sale, Christie's, London, May 13, 1899, lot 81, to Charles Sedelmeyer.]
1899 - 1902
Charles Sedelmeyer, 1837 - 1925 (Paris, France), sold to Henri Heugel, 1902.
Henri Heugel (Paris, France), by inheritance within the Heugel family.
Heugel Family (Paris, France), sold to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., 1976.
1976 - 1977
Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd. (London, England), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1977.