by 1648 - still in 1662
Muselli (Verona, Italy), to Alvarese.
Source: JPGM, Paintings Department, curatorial files, email from Maria Gilbert, January 12, 2005
- possibly 1829
George Hibbert (London, England) [possibly sold, Hibbert sale, Christie's, London, June 13, 1829, lot 39, to Woodin.]
Woodin (London, England)
about 1829/1830 -
Charles Stirling, 1771 - 1830 (Keir, Central, Scotland), possibly by inheritance to his nephew, William Stirling-Maxwell.
by 1856 - 1878
Sir William Stirling-Maxwell, ninth Bart., Kt., 1818 - 1878 (Keir, Central, Scotland), probably by inheritance to his brother, Archibald Stirling, 1878.
1878 - 1931
Gen. Archibald Stirling of Keir, British, 1867 - 1931 (Keir, Central, Scotland), by inheritance to William Joseph Stirling, 1931.
Source: Seen by Waterhouse in 1930.
1931 - 1963
Lt. Col. William Joseph Stirling of Keir, 1911 - 1983 (Keir, Dunblane, Scotland) [sold, Stirling sale, Sotheby's, London, July 3, 1963, lot 48.], sold to Julius H. Weitzner and Hallsborough Gallery, 1963.
Source: Seen by Waterhouse in 1937.
by 1968 -
Private Collection (Switzerland), possibly Julius H. Weitzner.
Source: Morassi. "Un 'Battesimo' inedito di Paolo Veronese." Arte Veneta 22 (1968).
by 1970 - still in 1975
Hallsborough Gallery (London, England), sold to Virginia Duffield, after 1975.
Source: Zampetti. Dictionary of Venetian Painters. Vol. 2 (1970); Stiebel and Hunter. The Grand Gallery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Sixth International Exhibition (1974).
after 1975 - 1979
Virginia Duffield (Geneva, Switzerland), sold through P & D Colnaghi & Co. Ltd. (New York) to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1979.