Data as published online by Dulwich Picture Gallery:
(Possibly) Johan de Bye, Leiden, 1665, no. 23; (Possibly) James Duke of Chandos; (†), His sale, Christopher Cock, London, 8 May 1747, lot 171 (£50.10); (Possibly) Maréchal d’Issenghien, Paris, 1754 (according to Descamps ); J. Gildemeester Jansz., Amsterdam, by 1789; (†), His sale, Philippe van der Schley, Amsterdam, 11 June 1800, lot 34 (975 florins to Labouchere); (Possibly) Pierre César Labouchère, Amsterdam; (Possibly) Noel Desenfans, his sale 18 March 1802; William Wells of Redleaf, near Penshurst, Kent, by 1810; (†), Christie’s, London, 12 May 1848, lot 110 (bought back by the Wells family for 340 gns.); Earl of Northbrook (1826–1904), London (according to Hofstede de Groot); Alfred de Rothschild, London, by 1884 from whom acquired by Agnew’s, London 18 November 1897, by whom sold to; George J. Gould, New York 8 September 1898; With Duveen Brothers, New York, where acquired by the family of the previous owners in 1927 for $25,000; Private collection, Canada, 1927–2012; Christie’s, New York, 25 January 2012, lot 49; with Johnny Van Haeften Ltd, London, by whom sold to; Private collection, Washington, July 2014.
All collection data is based on research completed before December 2017. For details, read about the research methods of the Northbrook Provenance Project.