Madonna and Saints
tempera on panel
129 x 63 cm (50-3/4 x 24-7/8 in)
Dr. Ormond, San Remo, Italy;  sold 1925/1926 to (Augusto Lurati, Milan).  (Count Alessandro Contini Bonacossi [1878-1955] Rome-Florence); sold to Samuel H. Kress [1863-1955] on 12 June 1935; gift 1939 to the National Gallery of Art; deaccessioned 1952 and returned to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation; gift to the University of Kansas Museum of Art, now Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, in 1960, no. 60.49.  Ormond purchased a villa in San Remo in 1887. His son, Louis Francis Ormond [1866-1948], married the artist John Singer Sargent's sister, Violet. Date of sale from Ormond to Lurati according to F. R. Shapley, Paintings from the Samuel H. Kress Collection, Italian Schools, XV-XVI Century, London, 1966, p. 17.  Lurati appears to have been a dealer in Italy. His collection was offered at the Galleria Pesaro, Milan, 18-21 April 1928, at the auction house Canetta, Milan, 10-12 January 1933, and also at his own Galleria Lurati, Milan, 9-13 November 1931. The painting was not included in any of these sales.
Gift to National Gallery of Art, June 29, 1939
Deaccession by National Gallery of Art, October 15, 1952
Gift to Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, December 09, 1961