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Provenance

Commissioned by Diego Garcia de Moldes, for the chapel of Nuestra Señora del Campo at the family house, Castropol, Asturias, Spain;[1] consecrated 1461; by descent to, and mentioned in the 1641 will of, Pedro Garcia de Moldes y Castrillón; by descent in the family; (sale, Sotheby's, London, 5 December 2012, no. 13); (Sam Fogg Ltd., London); purchased 28 May 2014 by NGA.

Exhibition History
1993
Origenes: Arte y cultura en Asturias. Siglos VII-XV, Catedral Metropolitana Basilica de San Salvador, Oviedo, Spain, 1993, no. 283, repro. of the Virgin and Child.
Bibliography
1999
Caso Fernández, Francisco de, and Pedro Paniagua Félix. El arte gótico en Asturias. Gijón, 1999: 198 (repro. of Virgin and Child), 199.
1999
Franco Mata, Angela. El retablo Gótico de Cartagena y los alabastros ingleses en España. Cajamurcia, 1999: 57 fig. 14, 65, 72 n. 34, 106-107 figs. 114-117.
2013
Beer, Lloyd de and Naomi Speakman. "A Question of Style." Apollo 177 (May 2013): 66-71, repro.
2015
Luchs, Alison. “English, 15th Century, Figures from a Retable of the Virgin and Child.” National Gallery of Art Bulletin 52 (Spring 2015): 32-33, repro.
2016
Marcos Vallaure, Emilio. “Una joya perdida del patrimonio cultural asturiano: el retablito inglés de alabastro del siglo XV de la capilla de Nuestra Señora del Campo de Castropol.” Anuario de la Sociedad protectora de la Balesquida 1 (2016): 105-121, repro.