Below, are the two other versions which are part of a triptych by Paolo Uccello. The top one is from Paris and the bottom one from The Uffizi in Florence. I have simply lifted the two texts from Wikipedia for simplicity sake.
The bottom text is a biography of Uccello for those patient enough to get to it. I mean,... how many other people get crazy for looking at paintings?
To be honest, I am less enamored with these two other versions, and to be fair, it may very well be that I am so in love with the version in the National Gallery which I know so much better as I have not seen the other two in many years. Also, it's only the National Gallery which has produced on its website this superb photograph of very high resolution which enabling me to pick details from it the other day. Lastly, I wonder if it has not been cleaned in the not too distant past? If so, it is a really marvelous job. And, looking at all three together, I cannot help the feeling that one of them is the real beauty at the Prince's Ball accompanied by her two plain sisters.
Which one do you prefer?