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Geheimrat J. Cremer, Dortmund, 1914.
with Jacques Goudstikker, Amsterdam, by 1931.
Looted by the Nazi authorities, July 1940.
Recovered by the Allies, 1945.
in the custody of the Dutch Government.
Restituted in February 2006 to the heir of Jacques Goudstikker.
Collection Cremer, Dortmund, 1914, I, p. 84, as anonymous; II, p. 63, no. 161, illustrated, as Frans Hals.
H.P. Bremmer, Beeldende Kunst, 19, 1933, no. 38, fig.5, illustrated.
O. ter Kuile, Seventeenth-century North Netherlandish still lifes, The Hague, Amsterdam, 1985, pp. 80-1, no. VI-9, illustrated.
Old Master Paintings: An illustrated summary catalogue, Rijksdienst Beeldende Kunst (The Netherlandish Office for the Fine Arts), The Hague, 1992, p. 40, no. 181, illustrated.
Amsterdam, Jacques Goudstikker Gallery, Het Stilleven, 18 February-26 March 1933, no. 270, as S. van Ruysdael.
The Hague, Kunsthandel G.J. Nieuwenhuizen Segaar; The Hague, Gemeentemuseum, Oude Kunst, 20 October-17 November 1934, no. 35, as S. van Ruysdael.
Amsterdam, Jacques Goudstikker Gallery, Catalogus der tentoonstelling van werken van Salomon van Ruysdael, 1936, no. 35, as S. van Ruysdael.
Eindhoven, Galerie Zonnewijzer; Bolsward, Facetten van de 17de centuryse Nederlandse schilderkunst, 3 April-2 June 1970, as S. van Ruysdael.
Leiden, Stedelijk Museum De Lakenhal, Een stuckie stilleggend goet, 16 November 1985-5 January 1986.
Amsterdam, Museum Amstelkring, on loan since 1956.