Private Collection (Paris, France)
Source: "Tableaux faict pour paris," Liber Veritatis, no. 111
Sir Joshua Reynolds (L.2364, L.3016a), British, 1723 - 1792 (London, England)
Probably Robert Smith, 1st Baron Carrington, 1752 - 1838, by inheritance to his son, Robert John (Smith) Carrington, by 1842.
Robert John (Smith) Carrington, 2nd baron Carrington, British, 1796 - 1868 (Wycombe Abbey, Buckinghamshire, England), by inheritance within the family.
Source: John Smith. Supplement to the Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch, Flemish, and French Painters [...]. 9 vols. (London: Smith and Son, 1829-42), vol. 9 (1842), p. 807, no. 13.
Rupert Clement George Carington, 4th Baron Carrington, 1852 - 1929 [upon his death, sold, Christie's, London, May 9, 1930, lot 14 (1250 gns.) to Jacques Goudstikker.]
1930 - 1940
Jacques Goudstikker, 1897 - 1940 (Amsterdam, the Netherlands), looted by the Nazis, under the direction of Hermann Göring, around May 1940. With Göring on July 13, 1940.
Source: Amsterdam Gemeentearchief, Archive of Jacques Goudstikker and Desi Goudstikker-Halban, inventory no. 1341, file no. 38, p. 124 (A11078000078), no. 2563, https://archief.amsterdam/inventarissen/inventaris/1341.nl.html#
Note: Jacques Goudstikker made an inventory of his collection in preparation for a possible German invasion of the Netherlands and carried it with him when he fled his country in 1940. This bound, black notebook is referred to as his "Blackbook" or the Goudstikker notebook and allowed for the restitution of some of his artworks to his heirs after the war.
1940 - 1945
In the possession of Hermann Göring, 1893 - 1946, recovered by the Allies, 1945.
Source: Deutsche Historiches Museum, Munich Central Collecting Point database, Munich (Mü) no. 5304 / B'Gaden (Berchtesgaden) 259.
In the custody of The State of the Netherlands (Stichting Nederlands Kunstbezit, The Hague), inv. no. NK 1431.
1948 - 1975
Dienst voor's Rijks Verspreide Kunstvoorwerpen, The Hague, inv. no. NK 1431.
1975 - 1985
Dienst Verspreide Rijkscollectie, The Hague, inv. no. NK 1431.
1985 - 1997
Rijksdienst Beeldende Kunst, The Hague, inv. no. NK 1431.
1997 - 2006
Institute Collectie Amsterdam, inv. no. NK 1431, on loan to the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam until 2006. Restituted to Marei von Saher, February 6, 2006.
Source: List of paintings restituted by the Netherlands to Marei von Saher in 2006 and 2007 in Pieter den Hollander. Roofkunst: De Zaak Goudstikker (Amsterdam: J. M. Meulenhoff, 2007), p. 361, no. 10.
2006 - 2007
Marei von Saher (London, England), sold through Simon C. Dickinson, Ltd. to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 2007.