possibly from 1730s - 1740s
Possibly George Proctor, died 1744 (Langley Park, Norfolk, England), possibly by inheritance to his nephew, William Beauchamp Proctor, 1744.
possibly 1744 - 1773
Possibly Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor, 1st Bart., 1722 - 1773 (Langley Park, Norfolk, England), possibly by inheritance to his son, Thomas Beauchamp Proctor, 1773.
possibly 1773, by 1785 - 1827
Sir Thomas Beauchamp-Proctor, 2nd Bart., 1756 - 1827 (Langley Park, Norfolk, England), by inheritance to his son, William Beauchamp Proctor, 1827.
1827 - 1861
Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor, 3rd Bart., 1781 - 1861 (Langley Park, Norfolk, England)
1861 - 1874
Sir Thomas William Brograve Proctor-Beauchamp, 4th Bart., 1815 - 1874 (Langley Park, Norfolk, England), by inheritance to his son, Reginald William Proctor-Beauchamp, 1874.
Source: Exhibition of the works of the old masters, associated with works of deceased masters of the British School, exh. cat. (London: Royal Academy of Arts, 1871), p. 25, no. 275.
1874 - 1912
Sir Reginald William Proctor-Beauchamp, 5th Bart., 1853 - 1912 (Langley Park, Norfolk, England), by inheritance to his eldest daughter, Sheila Ginevra Hilda Mary Beauchamp, 1912.
1912 - 1947
Sheila Ginevra Hilda Mary Beauchamp, died 1953 (Langley Park, Norfolk, England; The Cottage, Berghapton, Norwich, Norfolk, England) [The Trustees of the late Sir Reginald Proctor-Beauchamp sale, Sotheby's, London, June 11, 1947, lot 21, to Frank T. Sabin.]
Source: Sotheby's, London. Catalogue of Highly Important Paintings by Old Masters. June 11, 1947, p. 6, lot. 21. Annotated by Ellis Kirkham Waterhouse.
1947 - still in 1951
Frank T. Sabin (London, England)
Capt. Vivian Bulkeley-Johnson, died 1968 (The Mount, Oxfordshire, England)
and Mrs. Vivian Bulkeley-Johnson (The Mount, Oxfordshire, England) [sold, Bulkeley-Johnson sale, Christie's, London, April 18, 1980, lot 78, to Piero Corsini.]
1980 - 1985
Piero Corsini (New York, New York), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1985.
Source: Piero Corsini Inc., New York. Italian Old Master Paintings: Fourteenth to Eighteenth Century. November 17 to December 9, 1984, pp. 24-25, no. 10, ill.