E. Bonesi (Paris, France), sold to Galeries Heilbronner.
Galeries Heilbronner (Paris, France), sold to Erich Lederer, mid-1920s.
mid-1920s - 1939
Erich Lederer, 1896 - 1985 (Vienna, Austria), at the family residence of Erich Lederer's parents, August Lederer (1857 - 1936) and Serena Lederer (1867 - 1943), Bartensteingasse 8; confiscated by the Gestapo at the direction of the Zentralstelle für Denkmalschutz, 1939.
Note: appraised by Leo Planiscig, curator at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, in 1927, attributed to Lippo Vanni.
1939 - 1945
In the possession of the Nazis, stored at Zentraldepot at Neue Burg, Vienna; moved to Reichsbank, Vienna (Austrian National Bank), March 30, 1942; evacuated to the salt mines at Altaussee, Oct. 7, 1943; recovered by the US Forces (80th Infantry Division; Task Force Pearson), May 8, 1945.
1945 - 1947
In custody of the Allied Forces (salt mines at Altaussee, Austria), released to the Republic of Austria, by December 1, 1947.
1947 - 1950
Austrian government, restituted to Erich Lederer in exchange for a donation of several works of art from his family's collection to the Republic of Austria, export permit granted June 28, 1950.
1950 - 1982
Erich Lederer, 1896 - 1985 (Geneva, Switzerland), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1982.