by 1644 - 1671
Cardinal Antonio Barberini, 1607 - 1671 (Palazzo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome, Italy), by inheritance to his nephew, Maffeo Barberini, 1671.
Source: First mentioned in the 1644 inventory, no. 308. In his posthumous inventory of 1671, no. 143.
1671 - 1685
Prince Maffeo Barberini of Palestrina, 1632 - 1685 (Palazzo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome, Italy), by inheritance to his son, Urbano Barberini, 1685.
Source: Listed in the 1672 inventory of Cardinal Antonio Barberini's bequests to his brother, Cardinal Francesco Barberini (1597-1679) and his nephew, Prince Maffeo Barberini, no. 62. Listed in Prince Maffeo's posthumous inventory, 1686, no. 273.
1685 - 1722
Prince Urbano Barberini of Palestrina, 1666 - 1722 (Palazzo alle Quattro Fontane, Rome, Italy), by inheritance within the Barberini family, 1722.
Source: Listed in an undated inventory (probably 1686) of the paintings inherited by Prince Urbano from his father, no. 19
Barberini Family, sold through Gavin Hamilton for John Taylor.
Source: Handwritten note by H. Isherwood Kay in his copy of the pictures at Basildon Park (London, National Gallery Library).
by 1770 - 1787
Sir John Taylor, First Bart. of Lysson Hall, 1745 - 1786 (Lysson Hall, Jamaica) [bought in, Taylor sale, Christie's London, April 27, 1787, lot 66. Catalogue description: "A Holy Family by Parmegiano, a Chef D'Oeuvre of this great Master, and esteemed One of his finest Pictures in Europe." £425.5s to Fuhr (bought in)], by inheritance to his son Simon Richard Brisset Taylor, 1787.
1787 - 1815
Sir Simon Richard Brissett Taylor, Second Bart. of Lysson Hall, Jamaica, 1783 - 1815, by inheritance to his sister Anna Susanna Watson-Taylor, married to George Watson-Taylor, 1815 (Anna Susanna married George Watson of Erlestoke Park in 1810, who assumed the last name Taylor).
1815 - 1832
Anna Susanna Watson-Taylor, 1781 - 1853 (Erlestoke Park, near Devizes, Wiltshire) [sold, Erlestoke Park sale, George Robins, July 25, 1832, lot 155.]
1815 - 1832
George Watson Taylor (Erlestoke Park, near Devizes, Wiltshire) [sold, Erlestoke Park sale, George Robins, July 25, 1832, lot 155]
By 1845 - 1857
James A. Morrison, 1789 - 1857 (Basildon Park, Lower Basildon), by inheritance to his son Charles Morrison, 1857.
Source: seen by Waagen in 1854 at Basildon Park, inv. 97
1857 - 1909
Charles Morrison, 1817 - 1909 (Basdilon Park, Lower Basildon), by inheritance to his sister Ellen Morrison and brother Walter Morrison, 1909.
1910 - 1934
Major James Archibald Morrison, 1873 - 1934 (Basildon Park, Lower Basildon, Berkshire until 1929, when property sold and art collection removed to Sudeley Castle), by inheritance to his daughter Mary Morrison, married to John Henry Dent-Brocklehurst, 1934.
1934 - 1949
Mary Dent-Brocklehurst (Morrison), born 1902 (Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe), by inheritance to her son, Mark Dent-Brocklehurst, 1949.
1949 - 1972
Mark Dent-Brocklehurst, 1932 - 1972 (Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe), by inheritance to his wife, Mary Elizabeth Dent-Brocklehurst (Chipps), 1972.
1972 - 2017
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Chips) Dent-Brocklehurst (Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe)
Dent-Brocklehurst Family, 2017 - 2017