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Probably anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 26 July 1935, lot 157, as 'Ter Brugghen: Toper Holding a Jug'.
H.F. Collings; Christie's, London, 5 November 1948, lot 157, as 'Terbrugghen' (to Arcade Gallery £44.4.0).
Sven Boström, Stockholm, 1958-1967.
Anonymous sale; Stockholm, Bukowski, 15-8 April 1959, lot 219, as 'ter Brugghen'.
Anonymous sale; Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, 21 November 1967, lot 475, as 'Dirck van Baburen'.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 1 November 1968, lot 58, as 'Terbrugghen'.
H. Wentzel, 'Unbekannte Werke von Terbrugghen in Dänemark und Schweden', Die Kunst und das schöne Heim, Munich, 1954, IV, pp. 123-4, illustrated, p.122, as 'H. Terbrugghen' and as indistinctly signed.
B. Nicolson, Hendrick Terbrugghen, London, 1958, p. 128, E115, plate 106a, as 'follower of Terbrugghen'.
L.J. Slatkes, Dirck van Baburen (c. 1595-1624): A Dutch painter in Utrecht and Rome, Utrecht, 1962, pp. 96-8.
L.J. Slatkes, Dirck van Baburen (c. 1595-1624): A Dutch painter in Utrecht and Rome, Utrecht, 1965, pp. 151-2, D11, no. 48, as 'Follower of Dirck van Baburen'.
B. Nicolson, The international Caravaggesque movement: list of pictures by Caravaggio and his followers throughout Europe from 1590 to 1650, Oxford, 1979, p. 35, as 'Master B'.
B. Nicolson, Caravaggism in Europe, Florence, 1990, 1, p. 84; 3, fig. 1079, as 'Master B'.
Exhibition catalogue, Rembrandt and his age: focus on man, Stockholm, Nationalmuseum 1992, p. 126, note 1.
L.J. Slatkes, W. Franits, The paintings of Hendrick ter Brugghen, 1588-1629: Catalogue Raisonné, Amsterdam, 2007, pp. 234-5, no. 17 as 'Joint workshop of Hendrick ter Brugghen and Dirck van Baburen'.