Data published online by The Fitzwilliam Museum and formatted at Carnegie Museum of Art:
Guido Reni [1575–1642], the artist, Italy, ca. 1639. Prince Lucien Bonaparte [1775–1840]; Sale, New Gallery, Pall Mall, London, England, 1815 ; purchased by Sir Thomas Baring, 1st Bt. [1772–1848]; purchased by Sir Thomas Baring’s son, Thomas Baring [1799-1873], London, 1848; bequest to his nephew, Thomas George Baring, 1st Earl of Northbrook [1826–1904], Stratton Park, Hampshire, and London, England, 1873; by descent to his son, Francis George Baring, 2nd Earl of Northbrook [1850–1929], London, England, 1904; Sale, Christie’s, London, December 12, 1919 ; purchased by Sigismund Goetze [1866–1939], London, England, December 12, 1919; his widow, Mrs. Constance Goetze [?–1951], 1939; given to the Fitzwilliam Museum, 1943.
 Prince Lucien Bonaparte sale.
 Earl of Northbrook Sale.
Data as published online by The Fitzwilliam Museum:
Prince Lucien Bonaparte (1775–1840); exhibited for sale London, New Gallery, 60 Pall Mall, with the rest of the Lucien Bonaparte collection, 1815, when it was bought by Sir Thomas Baring; bought at the death of Sir Thomas Baring, 1848, by his second son, Thomas Baring, who bequeathed it to his nephew Thomas George Baring, 1st Earl of Northbrook, 1873; Northbrook sale, Christie's, 12 Deca. 1919 (127), bt. Goetze.
All collection data is based on research completed before December 2017. For details, read about the research methods of the Northbrook Provenance Project.