John Ruskin; Christie's, London, 15 April 1869, lot 36 (101 gns to Agnew's).
with Agnew's, London, 1869.
with Agnew's, London, 1913.
with Agnew's, London, 1919.
Walter H. Jones, and by descent to his widow, Mrs Walter H. Jones (+); Christie's, London, 3 July 1942, lot 50, as 'An Alpine Stream/A stream runs at low tide: a small towered building on hill beyond/Painted about 1838' (320 gns to The Fine Art Society).
with The Fine Art Society, London, 1942.
with Leggatt Brothers, London.
with Agnew's, London, where purchased by the late owners on 3 May 1954, as 'An Alpine Stream'.
Property from the Collection of William and Eleanor Wood Prince, Chicago, Illinois
Sir W. Armstrong, Turner, London, 1902, p. 239.
J. Ruskin, The Works of John Ruskin, eds. E.T. Cooke & A. Wedderburn, London, 1903-1912, XIII, pp. 471 & 571.
A.J. Finberg, Early English Water-Colour Drawings by the Great Masters: Special Number of The Studio, 1919, p. 20.
A.P. Oppé, Water-colours of Turner, Cox and De Wint, 1924, no. 92, p. 28, illustrated pl. XII.
A. Wilton, The Life and Work of J.M.W. Turner, Fribourg and London, 1979, p. 481, no. 1512, illustrated as 'Alpine Stream'.
London, Agnew's, Exhibition of water-colour drawings by Joseph Mallord William Turner, R.A.: at Messrs Agnew Galleries, April - May 1913, no. 95, as 'An Alpine Stream'.
London, Agnew's, Exhibition of selected water colour drawings by artists of the early English school: at Messrs. Thos. Agnew & Sons' Galleries, March 1919, no. 135, as 'Alpine Stream'.
London, Agnew's, Water-colours of Turner, Cox and De Wint, 1924, no. 92, as 'An Alpine Stream'.
London, Royal Academy, Exhibition of British art c. 1000-1860, 1934, no. 889, as 'An Alpine Stream', lent by Mrs Walter Jones, London.