possibly March 1762 - 1782
Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd marquis of Rockingham, English, 1730 - 1782 (Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England), possibly acquired from Joseph Wilton in March 1762, on display in the Upper Room, South Tower of Wentworth Woodhouse, by inheritance to his nephew William Wentworth fourth earl Fitzwilliam
Source: Gunnis, Dictionary, 1968, p. 277. Penny, 1991, p. 16, refers to Gunnis, mentions vouchers for the acquisition date and the 1782 inventory for the location.
1782 - 1833
William Wentworth, 4th earl Fitzwilliam, English, 1748 - 1833 (Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England), by inheritance within the Wentworth Fitzwilliam Family
Source: The sculpture was seen at Wentworth Woodhouse in 1802 by Richard Warner (Warner, A Tour through..., vol. 1 (1802), pp. 219-20).
1833 - 1986
Wentworth Fitzwilliam Family (Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England) [sold, Christie's, London, July 15, 1986, lot 91, to Cyril Humphris]
1986 - 1987
Cyril Humphris, S.A., sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1987.