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Virgin and Child

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Provenance

By 1900, Comm. Cristoforo Benigno Crespi, Milan, Italy; June 4, 1914, sold at Crespi Sale, Lair-Dubreuil, Baudoin, Paris, lot 12, and bought by James Stillman, New York [see note 1]; 1918, by inheritance, Charles Chauncey Stillman (d. 1927?); Februray 3, 1927, sold at Stillman sale, American Art Association, New York, no. 34. By 1957, Alvan Tufts Fuller, Boston, MA (d. 1958); 1959, to Alvan T. Fuller Foundation, Inc.; 1961, gift of Fuller Foundation. (Accession date: September 20, 1961) NOTES: 1. Stillman was an American banker and collector; director of City National Bank and business partner with William Rockefeller

Credit Line

Given in memory of Governor Alvan T. Fuller by the Fuller Foundation

About 1500–05

Dimensions

81.3 x 62.3 cm (32 x 24 1/2 in.)

Accession Number

61.957

Medium or Technique

Oil and tempera on panel

Collections

Europe

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