Paul Poirson, Paris.
Madame Philippe Cruse, Paris, by descent.
Private collection, Paris, by descent.
Christie's, New York, 6 December 1985, lot 160.
Acquired by the present owner from the above.
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PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF THOMAS J. CARROLL
F.A. Sweet, Sargent, Whistler and Mary Cassatt, exhibition catalogue, Chicago, Illinois, 1954, p. 52, no. 50, illustrated.
A. Eliot, Three Hundred Years of American Painting, New York, 1957, p. 122, illustrated.
D.F. Hoopes, The Private World of John Singer Sargent, exhibition catalogue, Plainview, New York, 1964, n.p., no. 29, illustrated.
R. Ormond and E. Kilmurray, John Singer Sargent: The Early Portraits, New Haven, Connecticut, 1998, pp. 120-21, no. 120, illustrated.
A.N. Applebee and J.A. Langer, et al., The Language of Literature, Evanston, Illinois, 2000, pp. XIX, 658, 946, illustrated.
B.D. Gallati, Great Expectations: John Singer Sargent Painting Children, exhibition catalogue, New York, 2004, pp. 58-59, 246, illustrated (as Suzanne Poirson).
Chicago, Illinois, The Art Institute, and elsewhere, Sargent, Whistler and Mary Cassatt, January 14-February 25, 1954, no. 50.
Washington, D.C., Corcoran Gallery of Art, and elsewhere, The Private World of John Singer Sargent, April 8-June 14, 1964, no. 29.
Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Museum of Art, and elsewhere, Great Expectations: John Singer Sargent Painting Children, October 8, 2004-January 16, 2005 (as Suzanne Poirson).