Johann Goll van Franckenstein the Elder, 1722 - 1785 [sold, Goll van Franckenstein sale, De Vries, Brondgeest, Engelberts, & Roos, Amsterdam, July 1, 1833, lot 70, through Clarke (or "Clerck") for Lambert Jan Nieuwenhuys.]
Source: RKDH, annotated sale catalog (for "Clarke"); GRI, annotated sale catalog (for "Clerck").
Lambert Jan van Nieuwenhuys (Brussels, Belgium; London, England)
Casimir Périer (Paris, France) [sold, Périer sale, Christie and Manson, London, May 5, 1848, lot 13, to John Dunn Gardner.]
1848 - 1854
John Dunn Gardner (Bottisham Hall, Cambridgeshire, England) [sold, Gardner sale, Christie and Manson, London, March 25, 1854, lot 71, to Brown.]
Source: GRI, annotated sale catalogue.
Brown (dealer), sold to Edmund Foster.
by 1857 - 1862
Edmund Foster, died 1862 (Clewer Manor, Berkshire, England), probably by inheritance to Richard Foster, 1862.
probably by 1862 - 1876
Richard Foster (Clewer Manor, Berkshire, England) [sold, Foster sale, Christie, Manson & Woods, London, June 3, 1876, lot 13, to Durlacher Brothers.]
Durlacher Brothers (London, England; New York, New York), sold to Alfred (Charles) de Rothschild, 1876.
Alfred (Charles) de Rothschild, 1842 - 1918 (Halton, Hertfordshire, England)
Baronin Mathilde von Rothschild, Austrian, 1832 - 1924 (Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany; Paris, France)
about 1923/25 -
Blumenreich (dealer) (Berlin, Germany)
Kleykamp (The Hague, The Netherlands)
H. M. Clark (London, England)
Private Collection (Switzerland)
Private Collection (The Netherlands) [sold, Christie's, Laren, October 20, 1980, lot 252, to Galerie Hoogsteder.]
Galerie Hoogsteder (The Hague, The Netherlands), sold to Manfred R. Mayer.
Manfred R. Mayer, Esq. (The Netherlands), sold through Galerie Hoogsteder (The Hague, The Netherlands) to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1982.