This lot is offered without reserve.
Lieutenant-General Stibbert, Portswood House, near Southampton; sale, William Stewart, London, 29-31 May 1811, lot 70, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
Edward Lloyd, Coombe House, Surrey, by 1857, thence by descent through the family to
Edward Noel Farnham Lloyd, Shaw Hill, Wiltshire; Christie's, London, 30 April 1937, lot 96, as 'Claude, Le Lorrain'.
with Wildenstein, New York.
THIS LOT IS SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE
J. Smith, Catalogue raisonné of the works of the most eminent..., London, 1837, VIII, p. 369, no. 387, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
W. Bürger, Trésors d'art en Angleterre, Brussels, 1860, p. 335, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
W.R. Valentiner, et al., 'Down to the sea in pictures for 500 years', Art News, March 1942, p. 15, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
M. Röthlisberger, Claude Lorrain: The Paintings, New Haven, 1961, I, pp. 300, 543-44, no. 298, as 'a notable imitation in the manner of Claude.'
New York, Wildenstein, The Great Tradition of French Painting, June-October 1939, no. 9, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
San Francisco, M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, Seven Centuries of Painting, 29 December 1939-28 January 1940, no. Y-39, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
Detroit, Institute of Art, Five Centuries of Marine Painting, 6 March-5 April 1942, no. 73, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
New York, New School, Loan Exhibition of Paintings, 3-17 March 1946, no. 7, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
New York, Wildenstein, French Paintings of the time of Louis XIII and Louis XIV, 9 May-1 June 1946, no. 14, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, Seventeen Masters of Painting, 15 January-5 February 1950, no. 22, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
Columbus, Gallery of Fine Arts, Masterpieces of Painting: Treasures of Five Centuries, 1 October-5 November 1950, no. 8, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
London, Wildenstein, Artists in 17th Century Rome, 1 June-16 July 1955, no. 28, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
Lafayette, Indiana, Purdue University, 18th-Century French Paintings and Drawings from the Wildenstein Gallery, 15 March-30 April 1966, no. 3, as 'Claude Lorrain'.
Johannesburg, Art Gallery, Three Centuries of French Painting: François I-Napoleon I, March-April 1974, as 'Claude Lorrain'.