Companion piece to another painting from the Ingenheim Collection.
The painting was probably acquired by Gustav Adolf von Ingenheim during his journeys to Italy. After splitting the collection between three brothers, Rudolf, Harald and Manfred (grandsons of Gustav Adolf von Ingenheim), the painting was given to Franz von Ingeheim. At the beginning of the 20th century it belonged to Franz’s son - Harald Count von Ingenheim and it was located in the family residence in Reisewitz. After the second world war the painting was acquired by art dealer Curt Reinhaldt, from whom it was stolen.
Frühe italienische Tafelmalerei. Vollständiger Katalog der italienischen Gemälde der Gotik, Staatgalerie Stuttgart, ed. August Bernhard Rave, Stuttgart 1999, p. 33-36
Flavio Boggi, Robert Gibbs, The Life and Career of Lippo di Dalmasio, a Bolognese Painter of the Late Fourteenth Century: With Illustrations and a Catalogue of His Works, Lewiston 2010, p. 144-145
- Magdalena Palica