Possibly Alexandre d'Arenberg, duke of Croy and prince of Chimay, 1590 - 1629
Source: Lorne Campbell (1998) advances this hypothesis in his discussion of the National Gallery, London's S. Ivo.
Christianus Johannes Nieuwenhuys (Brussels, Belgium; London, England) [sold, Nieuwenhuys sale, Saint-Luc, Brussels, May 4, 1883, lot 4.]
by 1898 - 1900
Baron Adolphe Carl von Rothschild, Austrian, 1823 - 1900 (Naples, Italy; Paris, France), by inheritance to Baron Maurice (Edmond Charles) de Rothschild, 1900.
1900 - by 1927
Baron Maurice (Edmond Charles) de Rothschild, Austrian, 1881 - 1957 (Paris, France)
by 1927 - 1948
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., American, 1874 - 1960, owned jointly with his second wife, Martha Baird Rockefeller, upon their marriage, 1948.
1948 - 1960
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., American, 1874 - 1960
1948 - 1971
and Martha Baird Rockefeller, American, 1895 - 1971 (New York, New York), upon his death, retained by his second wife, Martha Baird Rockefeller; by inheritance to Abigail Rockefeller Milton Pardee Mauzé, daughter of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and his first wife Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, 1971.
1971 - 1976
Abigail Rockefeller Milton Pardee Mauzé, 1903 - 1976, upon her death, held in trust by the estate.
1976 - by 1977
Estate of Abigail Rockefeller Milton Pardee Mauzé, 1903 - 1976, consigned to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd. (London, England), by 1977.
by 1977 - 1978
Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd. (London, England), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1978.