Jacob van Strij, Dutch, 1756 - 1815 (Dordrecht, The Netherlands) [sold, Santheuvel and Strij sale, A. M. de Hart, Dordrecht, April 24, 1816, lot 21, to Lambert Jan Nieuwenhuys.]
or Pieter van den Santheuvel, 1732 - 1799 (Dordrecht, The Netherlands) [sold, Santheuvel and Strij sale, A. H. de Hart, Dordrecht, April 24, 1816, lot 21, to Lambert Jan Nieuwenhuys.]
Source: De Hart auction catalogue, sale of property owned by van Strij and van den Santheuvel in Dordrecht on 24 April 1816.
Lambert Jan van Nieuwenhuys (Brussels, Belgium)
Source: Annotated copy of de Hart sales catalogue in Frick collection.
- by 1930
Private Collection (France), sold to Jacques Goudstikker, by 1930.
Source: Described as coming from a "Collection particulière française" in Goudstikker catalogue.
by 1930 -
Jacques Goudstikker, 1897 - 1940 (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Source: Goudstikker catalogue, 1930, and seal on reverse.
A. J. M. Lips (Dordrecht, The Netherlands)
Source: Listed as provenance in Sotheby's sale, 11 July 1973 and in Metropolitan exhibition catalogue, 1975.
by 1952 -
Dr. Hans Wetzlar (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Source: Listed as lender to Delft exhibition, 1952.
by 1956 -
David M. Koetser Gallery (New York, NY)
Source: Listed as lender to Raleigh exhibition, 1956.
by 1968 -
Hallsborough Gallery (London, England)
Source: Handwritten note on Witt Library card.
Julius H. Weitzner, 1896 - 1986 (London, U.K.)
Source: Listed as owner (in London) by Van Fossen, 1969.
Private Collection [sold, Sotheby's, London, July 11, 1973, lot 72.]
by 1974 - 1979
Gebroeders Douwes (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), sold share to Robert Noortman Gallery, 1979.
Source: Listed as lender to Metropolitan exhibition, 1975.
and Robert Noortman Gallery (London, England), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1979.