Let $E$ be an elliptic curve over $\mathbb{Q}$. By the modularity theorem, $L(E, s)$ is the $L$-function of some modular form $f$. Now one has the following motives:

(a) The Chow motive $h^1(E)$ appearing in the decomposition of the total motive

$h(E)=h^0(E) \oplus h^1(E) \oplus h^2(E)$

(b) The Grothendieck motive $M(f)$ attached by Scholl to the modular form

Are these motives known to be isomorphic?

If in addition $E$ has complex multiplication by $K$, the $L$ function is also the $L$-function of a Hecke character $\psi$ of $K$. In this case we also have

(c) The Grothendieck (or Chow?) motive $M(\psi)$ attached to the Hecke character. I am less familiar with this construction but, from what I understood, is something you cut off in the cohomology of some power of the elliptic curve (contrary to the case of the modular form, which comes from the cohomology of the universal elliptic curve).

Are (b) and (c) known to be isomorphic?