Richter Oelrich, Bremen, c. 1820.
Bernard Hausmann, Hannover, by 1831.
Provinzialmuseum, Hannover, by 1891.
The Duke of Cumberland, his sale; Lepke, Berlin, 31 March 1925, lot 63. Art market, Düsseldorf, 1948.
Private collection, Cologne.
with Waterman, Amsterdam, 1982, where acquired in 1983 by the Hascoe family.
PROPERTY FROM THE HASCOE FAMILY COLLECTION
Verzeichnis der Hausmann'schen Gemälde-Sammlung in Hannover, Braunschweig, 1831, no. 270.
G. Parthey, Deutscher Bildersaal. Verzeichniss der in Deutschland vorhandenen Oelbilder verstorbender Maler aller Schulen, Berlin, 1864, II, p. 461, no. 135.
Provinzialmuseum, Hannover, Catalogue, 1891, no. 474.
C. Hofstede de Groote, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century, IV, London, 1908, p. 285, no. 925.
J. Rosenberg, Jacob van Ruisdael, Berlin, 1928, no. 567.
E. J. Walford, Jacob van Ruisdael and the Perception of Landscape, New Haven and London, 1991, p. 64.
S. Slive, Jacob van Ruisdael: A Complete Catalogue of his Paintings, drawings and Etchings, New Haven, 2001, no. 635.
Cologne, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Meisterwerke holländischer Landschaftsmalerei des 17. Jahrhunderts, May-June 1954, no. 19.
The Hague, Mauritshuis and Cambridge, Fogg Art Museum, Jacob van Ruisdael, 1 October 1981-3 January 1982 and 18 January-11 April 1982, no. 8 (catalogue entry by S. Slive).
Providence, Rhode Island School of Design, 1983-1987, on loan.
Greenwich, Bruce Museum, Pleasures of Collecting: Part I, Renaissance to Impressionist Masterpieces, 21 September 2002-5 January 2003, pp. 24-25, (catalogue by P. Sutton).
Greenwich, Bruce Museum, Old Master Paintings from the Hascoe Collection, 2 April-29 May 2005, no. 8 (catalogue by P. Sutton).
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art; and London, Royal Academy of Arts, Jacob van Ruisdael: Master of Landscape, 26 June-18 September 2005; 23 October 2005-5 February 2006; and 25 February-4 June 2006, no. 9 (catalogue by S. Slive).