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The original painting by Leonardo da Vinci, from which this fragile painting derives, was commissioned for the high altar in the Santissima Annunziata, Florence, in 1508 and is now in the Louvre, Paris.
This painting is thought to have been acquired from the Barberini Palace in Rome in 1790 by Richard Colt Hoare (1758–1838), 2nd Baronet. It was sold in the Stourhead Heirlooms sale of 1883. It re-emerged at Christie's auction rooms in 2001 and was then acquired by the National Trust and returned to Stourhead.
The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne
oil on vellum laid onto poplar panel
H 39.5 x W 27.5 cm