before about 1623 -
Church of Sainte Gudule (Brussels, Belgium)
Source: Dubuisson-Aubenay ca. 1623 recorded having seen in the church of St. Gudule a painting in two parts; description in accord with Getty painting and National Gallery, London Exhibition.
by 1796 - 1850
Frederick Ponsonby, third earl of Bessborough, 1758 - 1844 (Bessborough House, Surrey, England) [unsold, Bessborough sale, Christie's, London, May 7, 1796, lot 34; sold, Bessborough sale, Christie's, London, July 11, 1850, lot 186, to Webb.]
1850 - 1851
Webb, sold to Henry Labouchère, 1851.
1851 - 1869
Henry Labouchère, first baron Taunton, 1798 - 1869 (Quantock Lodge, Bridgewater, Somerset, England), by inheritance (as a life interest only) to his second wife, Mary Matilda Georgiana Labouchère, 1869.
1869 - 1892
Mary Matilda Georgiana Labouchère, baroness of Taunton, 1823 - 1892 (Quantock Lodge, Somerset, England), by inheritance to the daughter of Henry Labouchère by his first marriage, Mrs. Edward James Stanley, 1892.
Mrs. Edward James Stanley, died 1920 (Quantock Lodge, Somerset, England)
by 1923 - about 1924
Ayerst Hooker Buttery, died 1929 (London, England)
Source: Photo in Witt Library. Sold to Kleinberger Galleries.
in 1924 -
before 1928 - 1931
Mortimer Leo Schiff, 1877 - 1931 (New York, New York), by inheritance to his son, John Mortimer Schiff, 1931.
1931 - 1938
John Mortimer Schiff, 1904 - 1987 (New York, New York) [sold, Schiff sale, Christie's, London, June 6, 1938, lot 84, to S. Rosenberg.]
S. Rosenberg (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
by 1945 - 1972
von Pannwitz (Haartekamp, The Netherlands; New York, New York; Brazil), sold through French and Company (New York, New York) to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1972.