about 1620/1621 -
Thomas Howard, 2nd Earl of Arundel, 1585 - 1646 (London, England; Arundel Castle, Sussex, England), commissioned from the artist, 1620/1621; by gift to George Villiers.
George Villiers, first duke of Buckingham, 1592 - 1628 (London, England), possibly York (later Buckingham) House (London, England).
Philippe II, duc d'Orléans and regent of France, 1674 - 1723 (Paris, France), by inheritance to his son, Louis, 1723.
1723 - 1752
Louis, duc d'Orléans, 1703 - 1752 (Paris, France), by inheritance to his son, Louis-Philippe, 1752.
1752 - 1785
Louis-Philippe, duc d'Orléans, 1725 - 1785 (Paris, France)
François Antoine Robit (Paris, France) [sold, Robit sale, Paillet, Delaroche, Paris, May 11, 1801, lot 36, through Jean-Baptiste-Pierre Lebrun (Paris, France) to Michael Bryan.]
Michael Bryan, 1757 - 1821 (London, England) [sold, Bryan sale, Bryan, London, November 6, 1801, lot 92, to Francis Egerton.]
1801 - 1803
Francis Egerton, third duke of Bridgewater, 1736 - 1803 (London, England; Worsley Hall, Lancashire, England)
1803 - 1833
George Granville Leveson-Gower, first duke of Sutherland, 1758 - 1833 (London, England; Trentham Hall, Stafford, England; Dunrobin Castle, Highland, Scotland), by inheritance to George Granville Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 1833.
1833 - 1861
George Granville Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, second duke of Sutherland, 1786 - 1861 (Dunrobin Castle, Highland, Scotland), by inheritance to George Granville William Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 1861.
1861 - 1892
George Granville William Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, third duke of Sutherland, 1828 - 1892 (Dunrobin Castle, Highland, Scotland), by inheritance to Cromartie Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 1892.
1892 - 1913
Cromartie Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, fourth duke of Sutherland, 1851 - 1913 (Trentham Hall, Stafford, England; Dunrobin Castle, Highland, Scotland)
Fritz von Gans (Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany)
Source: A. Donath, Psychologie des Kunstsammelns (1917), p. 49.
Kurt Walter Bachstitz Gallery, Nederlandish, 1920 - 1951 (The Hague, The Netherlands)
Source: Bachstitz Gallery (The Hague, 1920), no. 43.
by 1929 - 1930
Daniel Guggenheim, 1856 - 1930 (New York, New York), by inheritance to his wife, Mrs. Daniel Guggenheim, by 1930.
Source: Eighth Loan Exhibition of Old Masters: Paintings by Anthony van Dyck (Detroit Institute of Arts, 1929), no. 14.
1930 - still in 1939
Mrs. Daniel Guggenheim, 1884 (New York, New York), by inheritance to Robert Guggenheim.
Source: Catalogue of European Paintings & Sculpture from 1300-1800 (New York World's Fair, 1939), no. 99.
by 1950 -
Robert Guggenheim (Washington, DC), by inheritance to Mrs. David Guggenheim.
Source: The Art Quarterly, vol. 13, no. 2 (Spring 1950), p. 92.
Mrs. David Guggenheim (New York, New York)
Mr. Francis Lenyon
and Mrs. Francis Lenyon
Source: Christie's, London, Important Old Master Pictures, 8 July 1983, lot 92.
by 1980 -
John A. Logan (Washington, DC), possibly by inheritance to Rebecca Pollard Logan.
Source: Larsen, L'opera completa di Van Dyck, 1613-1626 (Milan, 1980), no. 280.
by 1981 - 1983
Rebecca Pollard Logan (Washington, DC) [sold, Logan sale, Christie's, London, July 8, 1983, lot 92, to a private collector through Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd.]
1983 - 1986
Private Collection (Switzerland)
Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd. (London, England), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1986.