Robert Jenkins Nevin (b. 1839 - d. 1906); April 22-27, 1907, posthumous Nevin sale, Galleria Sangiorgi, Rome, lot 256 [see note 1]. Mrs. Robert E. Bonner (d. by 1928); May 3-5, 1928, posthumous Bonner sale, American Art Galleries, New York, lot 716 [see note 2], to Arnold Seligmann Rey and Co., New York, and Brummer Gallery, New York (Brummer stock no. H54); March 11, 1940, half-share sold by Seligmann to Brummer Gallery (stock no. N4531); 1947, sold by Brummer to the MFA for $2000. (Accession Date: March 13, 1947) NOTES:  This is described in the auction catalogue as a fresco in three parts: in the center the Trinity, on the sides, the figure of St. Sebastian. It was attributed to the school of Fiorenzo di Lorenzo.  Attributed in the sale catalogue to Lorenzo Costa.
Charles Potter Kling Fund
- Bernardino di Lorenzo di Cecco, Italian (Umbrian), active by 1477, died in 1530
- Formerly attributed to Fiorenzo di Lorenzo, Italian (Perugian), about 1445–1522
179 x 60.3 cm (70 1/2 x 23 3/4 in.)
Medium or Technique
Fresco transferred to canvas