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 (Stoke Park, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England; 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, Bridgewater, Somerset, England), by inheritance to Henry Labouchère's daughter by his first marriage, Mary Dorothy (Labouchère) Stanley, 1892.
Mary Dorothy (Labouchère) Stanley, 1842 - 1920 (Quantock Lodge, Bridgewater, 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, American, 1877 - 1931 (New York, New York), by inheritance to his son, John Mortimer Schiff, 1931.
1931 - 1938
John Mortimer Schiff, American, 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.