Gift of Mrs. Everett L. Millard and Mrs. John H. Harmon in memory of their mother, Mrs. Charles T. Boynton
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Decatur, Ill., Art Center, “Masterpieces of the Old and New World,” 1948, cat. 9.
New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery, A Taste for Angels: Neapolitan Painting in North America, 1650–1750, September 9-November 22, 1987, cat. 45; Sarasota, Florida, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, December 167, 1987-February 7, 1988; Kansas City, Missouri, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, April - May 1988.
Probably Charles Boynton (died 1923), Highland Park, IL; probably his widow Anna Bell Boynton (died 1938); Elizabeth Boynton Millard and her sister, Edith Boynton Harmon, by 1941; given to the Art Institute, 1941.
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