Virgin Annunciate, c. 1420-30
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Santa Maria Maggiore, Florence (panels originally formed the pinnacles of Masolino’s altarpiece there, parts of which are now in the Uffizi and the Ingres Museum, Montauban).
Claude la Fontaine, Paris, by inheritance to his grand-daughter;
Dr. Paulette Gauthier-Villars, Paris (sale, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 29 March 1922, lots 6 and 7, ill., as École Florentine, La Vierge de l’Annonciation and L’Ange de l’Annonciation, unsold and returned to);
Dr. Paulette Gauthier-Villars, Paris, sold 29 March 1929 to;
[Duveen Bros., Paris, shipped to Duveen Bros., New York, no. 29826, as Masolino da Panicale, sold 1965 to];
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