Estate of the artist. Probably by descent to his studio assistant, Paolo del Signoraccio (died 1547), called Fra. Paolino da Pistoia, monastery of San Marco, Florence [according to London 1957 auc. cat.]. Possibly to his pupil, Sister Plautilla Nelli (died 1588), Convent of Santa Caterina da Siena, Florence [according to London 1957 auc. cat.]. Possibly to the Convent of Santa Caterina da Siena, Florence, to 1725. Cavaliere Francesco Maria Nicolò Gabburri (died 1742), from 1725 [Lugt 2818 and Lugt suppl. 2992b]. By descent to his heirs [Fleming 1958]. William Kent, London and Rome, from 1742 [according to Mariette]. Sold, London, mid-eighteenth century, Kent sale. Private Collection, Southern Ireland, to 1925 [according to notes in curatorial file]. Private Collection, England, to 1957 [according to notes in curatorial file]. Sold by Sotheby’s, London, 20 November 1957, “Drawings of Landscapes and Trees by Fra. Bartolommeo,” no. 13. Sold by F. Kleinberger, New York, to the Art Institute, 1957.