about 1670s - by 1677
Canonico Carpanti (possibly Florence, Italy)
Source: Baldinucci, Notizie (ed. 1847), vol. 5, p. 341.
by 1677 - still in 1680s
Giovanni Batista Galli, Italian (Florence, Italy)
Source: Cinelli, Le belezze (1677), p. 370.
by 1729 -
Cosimo Riccardi, 1671 - 1751 (Florence, Italy)
Source: Firenze Archivio di Stato, Riccardi 274.
by 1767 -
Giuseppe Riccardi, 1744 - 1798 (Florence, Italy), by inheritance within the Riccardi family.
Source: Bonsi, Il trionfo delle bell'arti (1767), pp. 16, 18.
Riccardi Family, sold to Lucien Bonaparte, 1810.
1810 - 1815/1816
Prince Lucien Bonaparte of Canino and Musignano, 1775 - 1840 (Paris, France; Rome, Italy), painting confiscated by the British with other saints in series; sold to Simon Haughton Clarke, 1815/1816.
1815/1816 - 1840
Sir Simon Haughton Clarke, 9th Bart., 1764 - 1832 (London, England) [sold, Clarke sale, Christie's, London, May 9, 1840, lot 92, to Dominick Artaria.]
Dominick Artaria (Mannheim, Germany)
by 1849 -
Sir Samuel Scott, 2nd Bart., 1772 - 1849, by inheritance within the Scott family.
Scott Family, by inheritance to Edward Scott.
Sir Edward Henry Scott, 5th Bart., 1842 - 1883 [sold, Scott sale, Christie's, London, July 4, 1924, by Order of the Trustees of the will of the late Sir Edward Scott at the request of Sir Samuel Scott, lot 140, to Walker.]
Leon Medina (Puerto Rico; New York, New York) [sold, Medina sale, Marvin H. Newman, Beverly Hills, February 24, 1964, lot 314, to Henry Drake.]
Note: as "School of Carlo Dolci, Italian, late 18th-century, Prophet and Angel"
1964 - 1969
Henry Drake (Los Angeles, California), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1969.