Collection Grand Duke of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, 1890, no. 299.
Anonymous sale; Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, 10 July 1923, lot. 133.
with Kunstzaal Kleykamp, The Hague, 1928.
M. Knoops; his sale; Mensing & Zonen, Frederik Muller, Amsterdam, 6 December 1938, lot 1 (Dfl. 3700 to Gustaaf Hamburger, Amsterdam).
Confiscated following the occupation of The Netherlands, after May 1940.
Anonymous sale; Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 6 April 1943, lot 6 (Dfl. 30.000).
C.H.J. Veldkamp, Rosendaal, thence by descent until bought by the Gemeente Rosendaal, 16 May 1950.
On long-term long to the Museum Tongerlohuys, Roosendaal.
Restituted to the heir of Gustaaf Hamburger, represented by Mondex Corporation of Toronto, Canada, April 2015.
J.E. Elias, De Vroedschap van Amsterdam 1578-1795, II, 1905, p. 811.
A. von Wurzbach, Niederl?ndisches Künstlerlexikon, vol. I, 1906, p. 128.
G. Isarov, ' Rembrandt et son entourage', in: La Renaissance, July/September 1936, pp. 34-50.
A. Blankert, Ferdinand Bol (1616-1682), Rembrandt's Pupil, Doornspijk, 1982, nos. 158 and 159, ill.
Museum Oldenburg, Oldenburg, 1890, no. 299.
Municipal House, Rosendaal, circa 1950-2004.
Museum Tongerlohuys, Rosendaal, circa 2004-2015 (on loan from the municipality of Rosendaal).