about 1621 -
Agostino Pallavicini, died 1649, by inheritance to Ansaldo Pallavincini.
Ansaldo Pallavicini, by inheritance to Anna Maria Pallavicini.
Anna Maria Pallavicini, died 1732, by inheritance to Paolo Francesco Doria.
Paolo Francesco Doria, died 1732, by inheritance to Maddelena Doria.
Maddelena Doria, died 1824, by inheritance to Paolo Francesco Spinola.
Paolo Francesco Spinola, died 1824, by inheritance to Giacomo Spinola di Luccoli.
Andrew Wilson, sold to Joseph Hawley.
Sir Joseph Henry Hawley, 3rd Bart., 1814 - 1875, by inheritance to Henry James Hawley.
by 1879 -
Sir Henry James Hawley, 4th Bart., 1815 - 1898 (Brighton, East Sussex, England)
Source: Exhibition of Works by the Old Masters [...], Winter Exhibition, Royal Academy (1879), no. 168, lent by Sir Henry Hawley, Bart; Fredericksen. Catalogue of the Paintings in the J. Paul Getty Museum (Malibu: 1972), no. 87.
Martin H. Colnaghi, 1821 - 1908 (London, England), sold to Arthur Pemberton Heywood-Lonsdale, 1887.
1887 - 1897
Arthur Pemberton Heywood-Lonsdale, 1835 - 1897 (Shavington, Shropshire, England), by inheritance to Henry Heywood-Lonsdale, 1897.
1897 - 1930
Lt. Col. Henry Heywood-Lonsdale, 1864 - 1930 (Shavington, Shropshire, England), by inheritance to Arthur Heywood-Lonsdale, 1930.
1930 - by 1962
Lt. Col. Arthur Heywood-Lonsdale, English, 1900 - 1976 (Shavington, Shropshire, England; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England), sold to a private collection, by 1962.
by 1962 - 1968
Private Collection (London, England), sold to Pinakos and Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., August 1968.
Source: "A Van Dyck on Loan." Times [London] (June 8, 1963); National Gallery Archive, archive reference numbers NG 19/1, Loans to the Gallery, and NG23/1963, Press Releases.
Note: On loan to the National Gallery London November 1962 - August 1968, on display by June 1963.