by 1769 - 1819
George Harry Grey, fifth earl of Stamford and first earl of Warrington, 1737 - 1819 (Dunham Massey, Altrincham; England; Enville Hall, Staffordshire, England), probably by inheritance to his son, George Harry Grey, 1819.
Source: 1769 Dunham Massey inventory.
1819 - 1845
Probably George Harry Grey, sixth earl of Stamford and second earl of Warrington, 1765 - 1845 (Enville Hall, Staffordshire, England), probably by inheritance to his grandson, George Harry Grey, 1845.
1845 - 1883
George Harry Grey, seventh earl of Stamford and third earl of Warrington, 1827 - 1883 (Enville Hall, Staffordshire, England), probably by inheritance (life interest only) to his second wife, Katherine Cocks, 1883.
1883 - 1905
Probably Katherine Cocks, countess of Stamford, died 1905 (Enville Hall, Staffordshire, England), probably by inheritance to her grandniece, Catherine Sarah Grey, 1905.
Probably Lady Catherine Sarah (Payne) Grey, died 1925 (Enville Hall, Staffordshire, England), probably by inheritance to her son, John Foley Grey.
Sir John Foley Grey, eighth Bart., 1893 - 1938 (Enville Hall, Stafford, England; Birmingham, West Midlands, England) [sold, Grey sale, Christie's, London, June 15, 1928, lot 48, to Colnaghi.]
Colnaghi (London, England; New York, New York), sold to L. Gow, July 1928; transaction cancelled and painting returned to Colnaghi by November 1928; sold to F. B. Daniell and Son, 1928.
F. B. Daniell and Son
Estate of Charles Russell [sold, Sotheby's, London, December 7, 1960, lot 9, to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd.]
1960 - 1961
Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd. (London, England), sold to J. Paul Getty, 1961.
1961 - 1976
J. Paul Getty, 1892 - 1976 (Malibu, California; Sutton Place, Surrey, England), upon his death, held in trust by the estate.
1976 - 1978
Estate of J. Paul Getty, 1892 - 1976, distributed to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1978.