Robert Jenkins Nevin (died 1906), Rome, by 1906; his estate sale, Galleria Sangiorgi, Rome, April 22, 1907, no. 41, as school of Vivarini, with 1984.24a–d, f–g to Frascione, Florence [according to a letter from F. Mason Perkins to Bernard Berenson dated November 15, 1907, Biblioteca Berenson, Villa I Tatti, Fiesole, copy in curatorial file]; probably sold to Achille Chiesa (died 1921), Milan; his son Achillito Chiesa, Milan, by 1926; his sale, American Art Association, New York, pt. 2, April 16, 1926, no. 59, as Workshop of the Vivarini, for $6,300 to Clapp & Graham, with 1984.24a–d, f–g [price and buyer according to American Art Sales 1925]; Kaftal 1965 states that it was on the Milan market in 1930, but an annotated photograph in the Fototeca I Tatti, under Antonio da Fabriano states the polyptych was with the Florentine dealer Luigi Albrighi in 1930 [see Kaftal 1965 and the annotated photograph, Villa I Tatti, Fiesole, copy in curatorial file]; possibly Dan Fellows Platt, Englewood, New Jersey, by 1932, as Antonio da Fabriano [according to Berenson 1932, but the annotated photograph at I Tatti cited above lists Platt but adds in parenthesis “Perkins says no”]. George F. Harding, Jr. (died 1939), Chicago; bequeathed to The George F. Harding Museum, Chicago; offered for sale along with 1984.24a–d, f–g, Sotheby’s, New York, December 2, 1976, no. 180, withdrawn; transferred to the Art Institute, 1984.