Provenance

Salome with the Head of John the Baptist, 16th century

Titian
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F.1965.1.066.P
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Cardinal Pietro Aldobrandini, Rome, 1603;
Doria-Pamphili, Palace Doria, from the Guarda Roba, Rome, by 1794.
William Young Ottley (sale, London, 24 January 1801, lot 45);
William Young Ottley (sale, London, Christie’s, 16 May 1801, lot 13, for ₤147, as Titian, The Daughter of Herodias) to;
Lord D. Private, who possibly bought in.
Sir Richard Sullivan (d. 1806) (sale, London, Christie’s, 9 April 1808, lot 14, for £252 as Titian, The Daughter of Herodias with the Head of St. John, from the Doria collection);
Sir Richard Sullivan, Ember Court, Thames Ditton (sale, London, Christie’s, 18 June 1859, lot 17, as Titian, The Daughter of Herodias, from the Doria collection).
George A. F. Cavendish Bentinck, London and Brownsea Island (sale, London, Christie’s, 11 July 1891, lot 779, as Giorgione, Herodias, with the head of St. John the Baptist, and an attendant, a replica of the picture in the Borghese Gallery, from the Novar Collection).
Charles Fairfax Murray.
Charles Butler, 1891.
Robert H. (1850-1929) and Evelyn Holford Benson, London, by at least 1894, sold 1 June 1927 to;
[Duveen Bros., New York, stock no. 29351, on loan 1938 to];
Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, Belgrade, returned before 27 May 1940 to;
[Duveen Bros., Paris, shipped after 27 May 1940 to];
[Duveen, Bros., New York, stock no. 30053, sold 1965 to];
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