possibly 1768 - 1783
Jean-François Bergeret de Frouville, died 1783 (Paris, France), commissioned from the artist by Jean-François for the Hôtel Bergeret de Frouville, 1768; by inheritance to his daughter, Marie-Charlotte Bergeret de Frouville, 1783.
Marie-Charlotte Bergeret de Frouville (Paris, France), possibly by inheritance to her second husband, Antoine-Jean-Baptiste Hervé d'Arbonne.
Antoine-Jean-Baptiste Hervé d'Arbonne (Paris, France), sold to Gabriel-Louis-François Périer, 1811.
1811 - 1815
Gabriel-Louis-François Périer, died 1815 (Paris, France), by inheritance to Amédée-Gabriel Périer, 1815.
1815 - 1838
Amédée-Gabriel Périer, died 1838 (Paris, France), by inheritance to his cousin, Pierre-Louis Raffard, 1838.
Pierre-Louis Raffard, count of Marcilly (Paris, France), by inheritance to Eugénie-Zoé Raffard.
Eugénie-Zoé Raffard, countess of Marcilly (Paris, France), sold to M. Johnson, 1882.
1882 - about 1882
M. Johnson, probably sold to Edmond James de Rothschild, about 1882.
about 1882 - 1934
Baron Edmond James de Rothschild, Austrian, 1845 - 1934 (Paris, France; Boulogne-sur-Seine, France), by inheritance to Maurice (Edmond Charles) de Rothschild, 1934.
1934 - 1940
Baron Maurice (Edmond Charles) de Rothschild, Austrian, 1881 - 1957, looted by the Nazis, 1940.
about 1940 - 1945/1946
In the possession of the Nazis (Paris, France), restituted to Baron Maurice (Edmond Charles) de Rothschild, 1945/1946.
Baron Maurice (Edmond Charles) de Rothschild, Austrian, 1881 - 1957
Private Collection (possibly still Rothschild) (Paris, France) [sold, Palais Galliera, Paris, November 25, 1971, lot 10, through French and Company, Inc. (New York, New York) to the J. Paul Getty Museum.]