By 1914, vicomte Bernard d' Hendecourt, Paris [see note 1]. By 1924, Adolphe Stoclet (b. 1871 - d. 1949), Brussels [see note 2]; by descent to his daughter, Michèle Stoclet, Brussels; June 30, 1965, Stoclet and others sale, Sotheby's, London, lot 19, to Agnew and Sons, London; 1968, sold by Agnew to the MFA [see note 3]. (Accession Date: February 7, 1968)  First published by F. M. Perkins, "Dipinti senesi sconosci o inediti," Rassegna d'Arte 14 (1914): 100, as a work by Andrea di Bartolo.  Raimond van Marle, The Italian Schools of Painting, vol. 2 (The Hague, 1924), p. 574.  Accessioned as a work by Gentile da Fabriano.
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