by 1801 - still in 1803
Possibly the European Museum (London, England) [sale, European Museum, London, November 16, 1801, lot 525, unsold; sale, European Museum, London, June 13, 1803, lot 525.]
by 1804 - 1805
Possibly Sir Richard Worsley, seventh Bart., 1751 - 1805 (Appuldurcombe House, UK), by inheritance to his niece, Henrietta Anna Maria Charlotte, with the contents of Appuldurcombe House.
Henrietta Anna Maria Charlotte, 1806, daughter of the Hon. John Bridgeman Simpson, who in 1806 married the Hon. Charles Anderson-Pelham, later first earl of Yarborough.
by 1850 - 1862
Charles Anderson Worsley Anderson-Pelham, second earl of Yarborough, 1809 - 1862 (Brocklesby Park, Lincolnshire, England), by inheritance to his son, Charles Anderson Pelham Anderson-Pelham, 1862.
1862 - 1875
Charles Anderson-Pelham, third earl of Yarborough, 1835 - 1875 (Brocklesby Park, Lincolnshire, England), by inheritance to his son, Charles Alfred Worsley Pelham, 1875.
1875 - 1929
Charles Alfred Worsley Pelham, fourth earl of Yarborough, 1859 - 1936 (Brocklesby Park, Lincolnshire, England) [sold, Yarborough sale, Christie's, London, July 12, 1929, lot 129, through Max Rothschild to Sackville Gallery.]
Sackville Gallery (London, England)
by 1935 -
Adolfo Werner (Milan, Italy)
Source: Petit Palais exhibition catalogue, 1935, p. 218.
by 1952 - still in 1960
Werner Predeval (Milan, Italy)
Source: Rosa and Pallucchini, 1960, p. 193.
Private Collection (France), sold to Somerville and Simpson, Ltd., 1979.
Somerville and Simpson, Ltd. (London, England), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1979.