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The Immaculate Conception

The Immaculate Conception entered the Collection in 1929. It was previously in the collection of Marczell von Nemes in Budapest. According to Heinemann the oldest known reference to the canvas locates it in a private collection in Cadiz. From there it entered the Madrid collection of Miguel Borondo, that of the Marquis of Casa Torres in 1902, the Marquis of Vega-Inclán, and that of Luis de Navas i…