|Inscribed: On back of copper, on label of the Academy, in ink: "N.a. 140/ N.M. 123/ La Purísima Concepción/ Escuela de Murillo".
Provenance: Museum of the former Board of Commerce
Price: 400 reales de billón.
Came to the Academy's Museum: 1833.
Restaurations: rstored by J.M. Xarriè in 1980
Note: In the Academy's Museum there survived two further Immaculates, copies of the original by Murillo, one was executed by Montanya and the other one by Lacoma. The location of this latter work is at present unknown.|