The Triumph of Caesar
oil on panel
69.5 X 145.7 cm (27-3/8 x 57-3/8 in)
(Evans sale, Christie's, London 28 April 1803, no. 36, as Giorgione, unsold); (Evans sale, Christie's, London 29 May 1804, no. 33, as Giorgione). Sir John Rushout, 6th Bt. and 2nd Baron Northwick [1770-1859], Northwick Park, near Moreton-in-the-Marsh, originally Worcestershire, now Gloucestershire, and Thirlestane House, near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, by 1839; (his estate sale, Phillips at Thirlestane House, 26 July-30 August 1859, no. 1575 as Mantegna); Rev. Cosmo Owen, Cheltenham, Kent; by inheritance in 1868 to Hugh Owen [1808-1897]. Acquired shortly after 1868 by Sir Francis Cook, 1st Bt. [1817-1901] Doughty House, Surrey; Sir Frederick Lucas Cook, 2nd Bt. [1844-1920] Doughty House, as Romanino; Sir Herbert Frederick Cook, 3rd Bt. [1868-1939], Doughty House, as Romanino; (Count Alessandro Contini Bonacossi [1878-1955] Rome-Florence); sold to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation on 11 July 1948 as Palma il Vecchio; gift 1961 to the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, no. 61.027.000.